The UNC School of Medicine is closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. Included here are a variety of valuable resources for students.

COVID-19 Resources   COVID Emergency Fund Form

Carolina COVID-19 Student Services Corps (Carolina CSSC)

As the need across the state has grown, student leaders from the School of Medicine have partnered with the Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice to form the Carolina Covid-19 Student Service Corps (CSSC). Carolina CSSC increases the capacity of health professional students to engage in service-learning to address the needs of health systems and communities across North Carolina (NC).

STUDENT POLICIES & PROCEDURES

Student Protocols in the Clinical Environment

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UNC-CH CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

Main University updates of the coronavirus COVID-19 including important messages.

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UNC HEALTH COVID-19 RESOURCES

Updated information on COVID-19 as it relates to UNC Health and our affiliated hospitals, and our preparations, as well as tips for staying healthy.

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Resources

COVID-19 Services – Campus Health

FIND A TESTING SITE

COVID Emergency Fund Form
Statewide Standing Order for COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing
SOM IT: Work Remotely
Continuity of Learning
Orange County Social Services
Interfaith Food Council
NC Unemployment Insurance
Federal Unemployment
Carolina Student Impact Fund
The fund will provide emergency support for various expenses, such as housing, food, travel and technology to students who are unable to meet the unexpected financial burdens resulting from the effects of the novel coronavirus.
COVID-19 Support Group for Any UNC-CH Student
If you are a student wanting to connect to others and talk through concerns related to COVID-19, join UNC CAPS and other students via Zoom to share your experiences and support one another.
UNC-Chapel Hill Financial Aid Office
Contact covidcareforstudents@unc.edu and submit email request for COVID-19 financial assistance assistance
UNC Counseling and Psychological Services
A variety of consultation and crisis services are still being offered.

Stay Informed

Supplemental Learning Resources

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

Additional information may be found at: American College of Physicians’ COVID-19: An ACP Physician’s Guide + Resources.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) donning and doffing

Given the threat of coronavirus disease 2019, or Covid-19, it is important to emphasize the use of proper precautions for infection control in health care settings.The best way for health care workers to prevent infection with SARS-CoV-2 is through training and demonstrated competency in putting on and removing, also known as donning and doffing, personal protective equipment (PPE). Watch the videos here: nejm.org