AIS COVID19 Resources Center collaborators:
Antonio M. Lacy M.D., Sandra Humbles, José M. Balibrea M.D., Ph.D, Rodrigo Menchaca M.C., Ph.D., Tom Affeld, Rich Merklinger, Jeff Grap, Jim Millward, Mike Cusick, Carolina González M.D. Ph.D., Sara T. Nogueira M.D., Anna Curell M.D., Laia Vidal Truyol, Mireia Gallardo Mir, Andrea Nadal Pellisé, Júlia Bertran Sze, Marc Florido, Àngels Furró Crusat M.D., Maria Magdalena (Mima) Llompart Coll, M.D., Arturo Cirera de Tudela, M.D., Gonzalo Martin M.D., F. Borja de Lacy, M.D., Jordi Mercadal M.D. PhD, Carlos Ferrando M.D. PhD, Tito Rolón, María Hernández, Natalia Soler, Laia Codina, Eudald Corbella, Yael Vincennao, Ignasi Oliver, Vicenç Badal, Dani Macarrón, Hugo de Lacy Oliver.
Advances in Surgery (AIS), in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Institute, developed a “Digital COVID-19 Resource Center” centralizing curated information and verifying the provenance of the conclusions and guidelines
Due to the sequential advance of the pandemic in the world, we identified the possibility of anticipating needs by reporting experiences in the region of the world with greater impact of the coronavirus. Therefore, we started by curating all the information and learning from China.
Reacting in time and predicting the needs for curated COVID-19 content have been the key factors. With a clear and aligned mission, it is possible to create a resource center associated with a specific medical topic in 48 hours. This was a moment of leadership decision making, and that is how AIS and the Johnson & Johnson Institute understood it.
Working with prestigious scientific societies such as ACS, AORN, SAGES, ICL, IFSO, CHSCS, ASCRS, AEC and others, allowed us to stand out and be selected over the saturation of hundreds of other webinars and “opportunistic initiatives”, increasing the commitment of health professionals around the world.
AIS | COVID-19 Resources Center contains in one place everything that surgeons (as well as other HCPs) need to know and is updated in real-time as this dynamic situation continues to unfold.
Get free access to the Online Learning Center with different courses (for doctors, healthcare providers, nurses and hospital administrators), updated news, useful information from Scientific Publications and Q&A section with international experts: https://covid19.aischannel.com/