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Yale COVID-19 Resources

Yale COVID-19 Resources Curated by Yale SOM Executive Education

The community we cultivate and the knowledge we teach at Yale SOM Executive Education were never meant to remain inside the classroom, but rather to extend past each program’s closing ceremony, impacting daily life.

This webpage acts as a repository of Yale resources to offer hope and help in these unprecedented times. Please check back daily for new COVID-19 related articles featuring faculty and research from across campus.

Managing Emotions

  • Being Our Best Self during Challenging Times

  • Dr. Marc Brackett and Brené on "Permission to Feel"

  • Yale Webinars: Using Emotional Intelligence to Combat COVID-19 Anxiety

  • The Happiness Lab: Yale Professor Dr. Laurie Santos

  • Four Ways to Calm Your Mind in Stressful Times

  • Keeping Your Mind Sharp While Social Distancing: These Yale Resources Can Help

  • Managing Anxiety around COVID-19

  • Managing Emotions Effectively in Uncertain Times


  • Don't Just Look for the Helpers. Be a Helper.

  • New COVID-19 Guidelines Disrupt Infertility Care

  • Families Scramble to Find Baby Formula, Diapers, and Wipes

  • Parenting and Schools Are Struggling to Care for Kids with Special Needs

  • Pregnant and Worried Amid COVID-19?

  • Kids and COVID-19: What Parents Should Know

  • 8 Tips for Working from Home with Kids during COVID-19

  • Why Don’t Children Seem to Get Very Ill from the Coronavirus

  • Leading Through COVID: Providing Childcare for First Responders

Social Distancing

  • Leading Through COVID: A Vast Experiment in Remote Work

  • The Benefits and Tradeoffs of Social Distancing

  • Coronavirus What Does Social Distancing Mean?

  • Managing Life at Home during the COVID-19 Outbreak

  • Health Experts: Staying Home Best Way to 'Flattening the Curve' for Coronavirus

  • Falling through the Cracks in Quarantine

  • From Dentists to Playdates - Tips on Social Distancing during Coronavirus Crisis

Maintaining Wellness

  • Time to Put on a Mask

  • Books as Refuge: What Yale Professors Are Reading during the Pandemic

  • The Right Way to Wash Your Hands: How Doctors Do It

  • 5 Things Everyone Should Know about the Coronavirus Outbreak

  • Yale New Haven's Call Center Has All the Facts about COVID-19

  • Yale Expert Answers Your Coronavirus Questions

  • #190 How Should We Respond to Coronavirus

  • Wellness in the Time of Corona

  • Simple, Creative Workout Ideas from Yale Alum, Shana Schneider

Policy Building

  • Faculty Viewpoints: The Public Health Response

  • Market v. Lives

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: Pericles Lewis

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: Secretary and Vice President for University Life Kimberly Goff-Crews

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: FAS Dean of the Humanities Kathryn Lofton

  • Responding to COVID-19 in the Developing World

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: School of Nursing Dean Ann Kurth

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: Yale Health Director Dr. Paul Genecin

  • Yale Leaders Talk about COVID-19: School of Medicine Dean Nancy J. Brown, M.D.

Leading Through Crisis

  • Leading Through COVID: Managing Your Team with Empathy

  • What Kind of Leadership Does Our Nation Need?

  • Leading Through COVID: Helping the Hardest Hit

  • How to Keep Your Team Close When They Are Far Apart

  • Leading Through COVID: Opening Restaurants in a Pandemic

  • Leading Through COVID: Guiding Family Firms During a Pandemic

  • Keeping a Close Eye on Local Governments' Finances Can Improve How They Govern

  • A Global Crisis Requires Global Collaboration

Staying Informed

  • Professors Weigh in on Pursuing Summer Internships during COVID-19

  • What Immunity to COVID-19 Might Actually Mean

  • Most Americans Who Carry the Coronavirus Don't Know It

  • A COVID-19 'Infodemic'? How to Make Sense of What You're Reading

  • Yale Health Experts on the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • To Spend or to Save?

  • COVID-19 Financial Response Tracker Visualization

  • What EMBA's Health Care Practitioners are Seeing on the Front Lines

  • Hopes of Pandemic Respite This Spring May Depend on What Happens Indoors

Fostering Hope

  • With an Urgent Need, Researchers Develop Multi-patient Ventilators

  • Yale Readies Hundreds of Rooms for Medical Personnel, First Responders

  • Annual Yale Healthcare Conference to Focus on COVID-19

  • Yale University and Yale New Haven Health Partner to Expand Access to Field Hospital

  • Yalies in Asia Respond to COVID-19 Pandemic in New Haven, New York

  • For School of Drama, Mask-making Takes on New Meaning and Urgency

  • Food for the Hungry, Rent Relief for Downtown New Haven Merchants

  • Scaling-up a Potential COVID-19 Therapy, One Molecule at a Time

  • Yale Launches Clinical Trial for Drug to Treat Severe COVID-19 Patients