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New Resources to Educate Patients About COVID-19 Treatments

CORD Community

CORD members have access to the CORD Community where real-time discussions of COVID-19 take place. 

To gain access, use your CORD log in information. To join the community, the current program director or coordinator must email cord@cordem.org.

Canceled Rotations, Now What?

With the unpredictable future of COVID 19, we are aware that institutions have begun altering the clinical experience for students and instituting bans on travel for both their faculty and students. 

CORD Connects

In this series, you will hear from, and discuss, important educational topics with some of the best educators in the EM community.

Watch the most recent (3/23) CORD Connects on COVID-19. Next month we will have a different COVID-19 session.


ACEP launched a COVID-19 website covering all matters from breaking news to physician advocacy.

Physician & Resident Curriculum

Discover a variety of resources to guide you through virtual learning.

Materials from: EM Fundamentals, EM:RAP, Foundations of EM and, ALiEM

Just added* ACMT Medical Toxicology

Blogs & Additional Resources

The Vocal CORD is full of information helping everyone from medical students to faculty. 

Letters from EM

Read open letters from ABEM & ACGME regarding the effect of COVID on current members.

Personal Wellness

Now, more than ever stress and anxiety levels are at an all-time high. It may be difficult to find some for yourself, let alone your mental health but it's important to check-in with yourself and others who may be dealing with high-stress issues.

Medical Students and COVID‐19

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA) and Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD) recognize the impact on undergraduate medical education as institutions respond to the coronavirus outbreak.