A Note About the Content on this Page: FNA Staff is updating the first half of this page as new content becomes available through our bi-weekly webinar updates and other sources. The bottom half of this page is linked directly to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It includes all of the latest information and guidelines on COVID-19 and is updated whenever the CDC updates their website.
Updates on Coronavirus
For up-to-date information on confirmed cases in Florida visit Florida's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard
Weekly General Updates - Mondays at 1pm EST
Every Monday at 1pm EST, FNA is offering free webinar updates on COVID-19. Panelists include FNA members with experience in epidemiology, public health, and more.
Join us Mondays at 1pm EST Online at https://zoom.us/j/763098924
Phone #: 1-646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 763 098 924
April 6 Coronavirus Update presented by FNA:
March 30 Coronavirus Update presented by FNA:
Weekly Clinical Updates - Thursdays at 1pm EST
Every Thursday at 1pm EST, FNA is offering free webinar updates on clinical responses to COVID-19. Panelists include FNA members with experience in epidemiology, critical care nursing, and more.
Join us Thursdays at 1pm EST Online at https://zoom.us/j/569533588
Phone #: 1-646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 56 953 3588
April 2 Coronavirus Clinical Responses Update presented by FNA:
March 26 Coronavirus Clinical Responses Update presented by FNA:
Self-Learning Resources for Nurses
- ICU Training:
- Nasal Swabs:
- Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS):
CDC Resouces and Guidelines
We have been contacted by the Governor's Office regarding nurses who might volunteer to help during this crisis if needed. Currently, the need appears to encompass nurses who are able to volunteer to do testing when there is a surge in any geographic
location. The current focus areas are Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami. Presently, other areas are under surveillance where there appears to be increased activity. We are looking for members who are NOT already on the front lines, who feel they could
volunteer. If interested please fill out our volunteer form
Local Health Department: The Volunteer Health Care Provider Program (766.1115 FS) allows private licensed health care professionals to volunteer their services to medically indigent residents of Florida. More information at www.floridahealth.gov
Medical Reserve Corps: There are 10 Medical Reserve Corps Regions in the United States under the Office of Emergency Management, US Department of Health and Human Services. Each unit contains medical and public health professionals. More
info at https://mrc.hhs.gov/findmrc.