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HEART Team Releases Free Guides on COVID-19 Caregiving

Through talking with COVID-19 patients and their family caregivers, the HEART research team at University of Michigan recognized the need for better COVID-19 caregiving resources. The interdisciplinary team co-created a guidebook with input from the participants of...

“How to Care for Someone with COVID-19” Live Discussion

  Cases of COVID-19 are spiking around the world. As tens of thousands of people cope with COVID-19 at home and in more serious cases, in the hospital, families are being faced with caring for themselves and loved ones before, during and after illness. Many are...

Volunteer to Support COVID Patients and Caregivers

Our project, HEART (Health Enhanced by Adjusting and Recovering Together), launched in March as a collaboration between Michigan Medicine (Dr. Theodore J. Iwashyna, Dr. Hallie Prescott, Dr. Sheria G. Robinson-Lane, and Dr. Amanda Leggett) and the U-M Institute for...

Messages of Hope from HEART Participants

Through the HEART Care & Recovery Project, we've interviewed COVID-19 patients and their caregivers. We've asked them what they would want to share with others new to this experience. See their messages of hope below: “Pick something to look forward to; something...

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