TEAM PREPAREDNESS SURVEY
Duke Health sent employees a workforce capabilities questionnaire from the Learning Management System, on Thursday, March 19. The data will help DHS assess skills and capabilities in the event of a workforce redeployment, and will also help them better understand child and dependent care needs. Sunday, March 22, is the last day to submit your responses.
- Duke University website: coronavirus.duke.edu,
- Health System’s intranet: intranet.dh.duke.edu;
- SOM intranet: covid19.medschool.duke.edu, and
- PDC public site: pdc.dukehealth.org and intranet: intranet.dh.duke.edu/ent/pdc/SitePages/Home.aspx
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) is calling for health care volunteers to assist with the COVID-19 response. They are seeking volunteers in the following areas:
· Clinical (physicians, advanced care providers, nurses, EMS)
· Clinical Support (pharmacy, imaging and respiratory care)
· Non-clinical support (facility maintenance, safety, and administrative)
In her letter on Friday, March 20, 2020, Secretary Mandy Cohen says, "With the virus now spreading in North Carolina, we need to bolster our health care system to ensure we can care for those impacted by the virus. A crucial part of that effort is recruiting volunteers to supplement our health care workforce."
The full letter is available HERE. You can register to volunteer through the NC Training, Exercise, and Response Management System (NC TERMS) HERE. Step-by-step instructions how to register in NC TERMS are available HERE.