Information and action plan that will allow you to stay healthy, minimize your exposure to the Coronavirus, and to best "treat"  yourself and loved ones who are infected in order to achieve the best personal outcome in addressing the challenge of The COVID 19 Pandemic.

 

Goal: To avoid 

 

The COVID 19 Pandemic touches all of us to varying degrees. Some of us are struggling with a family member who is quarantined, infected, or suffering from the COVID-19 illness.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is for general knowledge and is not intended as a medical diagnosis or treatment recommendation. Consult your health care provider for diagnosis and treatment of medical issues. 

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: WHO Videos

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Personal action plan for life in COVID 19 pandemic times 

Avoid getting infected and infecting others 

 

My Personal Health Manager empowers you in your health care activity by providing you information and tools to record, maintain, understand, monitor, communicate, and improve your health. My Personal Health Manager is particularly powerful when used in conjunction with your healthcare network and health ecosystem. Using my Personal Health Manager can help you achieve your optimal health and excellent well being. 

 
 

Stay Healthy: How to protect yourself and others 

Coronavirus Virus and the COVID-19

Resources

Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus (WHO)

How to Protect Yourself (CDC) 

Dr. David Price of Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City shares information in a Mar. 22 Zoom call with family and friends on empowering and protecting families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to Protect Yourself and Prepare for the Coronavirus NYtimes 4/3/20

The World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus a pandemic, and the number of cases continues to rise worldwide. These basic steps can help you reduce your risk of getting sick or infecting others.

Essential coronavirus guidelines, New England Complex Systems Institute (March 11, 2020).

Questions about The Coronavirus Pandemic 

Monitor the Course of Coronavirus-COVID-19 

Questions about the Coronavirus: NYTimes 

Questions about masks

The Optimal Management Program’s goal is to assist you in achieving optimal wellness through the prevention and management of the spread of The Coronavirus Pandemic. (Safe, Timely, Effective, Efficient Equitable and Patient-centered).  

How to protect yourself and others 


You don’t need to wait for a vaccine or other antiviral treatments to help protect yourself and others from COVID-19. There is a lot you can do to avoid exposure and reduce your risk of infection, including:

  • Washing your hands well and often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds each time

  • Not touching any part of your face, including your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands

  • Avoiding people with suspected or confirmed infections

 

Many people, particularly those in affected areas, have chosen to wear face masks to protect against COVID-19, which have led to critical shortages among medical health professionals in certain parts of the world. Otherwise healthy people trying to protect themselves against COVID-19 should not wear medical masks, according to the CDC.

Masks can be costly, and they are not a foolproof way to prevent infection—especially if they are used incorrectly or people touch their face more often with contaminated hands. Hoarding them or using them unnecessarily could not only give people a false sense of security but also lead to shortages among medical personnel who need them.

Develop your Personal Plan 

The Coronavirus and COVID 19 Checklist

  • Prepare Yourself and Family 

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My Health Ecosystem: Information about specific assets related aspects of your physical and social environment.

 

  • Explore Your Personal Ecosystem

 

Flourishing: How to Flourish During the Coronavirus Pandemic: Research from the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard

 

 

Tom Hanks

John Bauld from Toronto, Canada

The Coronavirus-COVID-19 goal is to assist you in achieving optimal wellness through the prevention and management of The Coronavirus-COVID-19 . (Safe, Timely, Effective, Efficient Equitable and Patient-centered)

Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress

Take action: Recommendations for patients and their families

  1. Meet basic needs. Eat, hydrate, and sleep regularly to optimize your ability to provide care for yourself and others.

  2. Take breaks. Rest and relaxing activities can provide a helpful distraction.

  3. Stay connected. Giving and receiving support from family, friends, and colleagues can reduce feelings of isolation. 

  4. Stay updated. Rely on trusted sources of information. Participate in work meetings where relevant information is provided.

  5. Self check-ins. Monitor yourself for signs of increased stress. Talk to a family member, friend, peer or supervisor if needed.

For Healthcare Personal 

  1. Honor service. Remind yourself (and others) of the important work you are doing. Recognize colleagues for their service whenever possible.

  2. Stay informed. Obtain current information about the outbreak from trusted sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov and the World Health Organization at www.who.int

  3. Educate. Follow and share basic information about hygiene to reduce spread of illness, such as handwashing and cough etiquette. 

  4. Correct misinformation. For health care workers, help correct inaccurate information and misperceptions by sharing credible, established public health resources.

  5. Limit media exposure. Use media enough to make informed decisions, then turn it off. 

  6. Anticipate and address stress reactions. Keep in mind that it’s normal to feel stress in reaction to an infectious disease outbreak and be aware of signs of stress in yourself or family members.

  7. Take steps to minimize and address stress, such as:

    • keeping normal routines, taking part in enjoyable activities, focusing on positive aspects of your life and things that you can control;

    • seeking support from friends and family; and

    • engaging in stress reduction techniques and physical activity.

 

 

 

 

Tom Hanks

John Bauld from Toronto, Canada

The Coronavirus-COVID-19 goal is to assist you in achieving optimal wellness through the best  management of The Coronavirus-COVID-19 . (Safe, Timely, Effective, Efficient Equitable and Patient-centered)

Mild Illness

Self Isolate 

Use of Mask 

Take action: Recommendations for patients and their families

  1. Meet basic needs. Eat, hydrate, and sleep regularly to optimize your ability to provide care for yourself and others.

  2. Take breaks. Rest and relaxing activities can provide a helpful distraction.

  3. Stay connected. Giving and receiving support from family, friends, and colleagues can reduce feelings of isolation. 

  4. Stay updated. Rely on trusted sources of information. Participate in work meetings where relevant information is provided.

  5. Self check-ins. Monitor yourself for signs of increased stress. Talk to a family member, friend, peer or supervisor if needed.

For Healthcare Personal 

  1. Honor service. Remind yourself (and others) of the important work you are doing. Recognize colleagues for their service whenever possible.

  2. Stay informed. Obtain current information about the outbreak from trusted sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov and the World Health Organization at www.who.int

  3. Educate. Follow and share basic information about hygiene to reduce spread of illness, such as handwashing and cough etiquette. 

  4. Correct misinformation. For health care workers, help correct inaccurate information and misperceptions by sharing credible, established public health resources.

  5. Limit media exposure. Use media enough to make informed decisions, then turn it off. 

  6. Anticipate and address stress reactions. Keep in mind that it’s normal to feel stress in reaction to an infectious disease outbreak and be aware of signs of stress in yourself or family members.

  7. Take steps to minimize and address stress, such as:

    • keeping normal routines, taking part in enjoyable activities, focusing on positive aspects of your life and things that you can control;

    • seeking support from friends and family; and

    • engaging in stress reduction techniques and physical activity.

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