Aims to Help Schools Minimize COVID-19 Health Risks & Maximize Learning
One of the challenges the general public faces in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic is processing the overwhelming amount of conflicting information, often from sources that are inaccurate, out of date, or unclear.
Ariadne’s Community Mitigation efforts are focusing on communicating simple, easy to use information for the general public to apply in real-life scenarios to help mitigate the exposure and spread of COVID-19.
Our research includes analyzing global and domestic community mitigation responses in order to develop and disseminate practical, evidence-based recommendations for the general public.
Ariadne Labs has partnered with the Harvard Medical School student group, HMS COVID-19 Student Response Team, to develop and disseminate evidence-based, practical community guidance to help the general public protect...
Dr. June-Ho Kim and colleagues are featured by Exemplars of Global Health for their research on South Korea's response to COVID-19.
Our Global Response team on the strategic and comprehensive approach to the coronavirus pandemic and how it helped South Korea achieve a relatively low rate of infection within hospitals.
Dr. Asaf Bitton and Scott McClelland of H-E-B Food/Drug Stores on the Center for Houston's Future webcast.
Health Systems & Reform: National Response to COVID-19 in the Republic of Korea and Lessons Learned for Other Countries
New research describes the main strategies undertaken and selected facilitators and challenges in order to identify transferable lessons for other countries working to control the spread and impact of COVID-19
An outline of important principles that may help organizations guide the formulation of human resource contingency plans should a surge of critically ill patients occur in your specific institution.
Download as a PDF Pandemic precautions are now in place. Zero visitation policies at hospitals mean no one besides patients are allowed into the facility. Zero—no family members, no friends, no loved ones. It goes...
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended on March 18, 2020: “Keep children out of the health care system if it’s not necessary.Use telemedicine and other non-direct...
Dr. Asaf Bitton quoted in the Advisory Board's latest on staying safe at outdoor gatherings.
Dr. Asaf Bitton on tips to stay safe when traveling for the 4th of July holiday.
Dr. Atul Gawande spoke with NPR about why face masks remain essential in dealing with the coronavirus.
Dr. Asaf Bitton spoke this spring with Madeline Drexler, editor of Harvard Public Health Magazine.
Boston Globe: Wearing a face mask with a valve? It might be time to find something else, some experts say
Dr. Atul Gawande is quoted in this Boston Globe article on the dangers of wearing a face mask with a valve.
An overview of Dr. Atul Gawande's latest New Yorker piece on the five strategies to safely reopen America.
Dr. Asaf Bitton discusses the risks of socializing indoors, the problem of public bathrooms, and why doctors have changed the way they think about masks.
PBS NewsHour: As restrictions are lifted, how to apply lessons from health care workers to daily life
Dr. Atul Gawande joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how to control virus spread as daily activities resume.
Press Release: New Report Detailing How South Korea is Protecting Health Care Workers During COVID-19
Country’s low health care worker infection rate offers valuable lessons for leaders; Research draws on interviews with front-line workers and health care system leaders in South Korea and a review of the...
Press Release: New Partnership with Harvard Medical Students on COVID-19 Guidelines for Everyday Activities
Safe Grocery Shopping Checklist offers guidance to ensure safety before, during and after trips to the grocery store
Atul Gawande's global response research featured in The Week
Patrick J. McGovern Foundation: Dr. Asaf Bitton on social distancing, connection, resilience and courage during COVID-19
Dr. Asaf Bitton on the large-scale effort at Ariadne Labs, supported by the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, to provide protocols to all levels of the health care system.
Asaf Bitton speaks with USA Today about how to stay safe while outside.
Dr. Bitton's social distancing counsel from "Not a Snow Day" included in this article on Thrive Global.
Asaf Bitton, MD, MPH, speaks with Oprah Magazine about how to properly practice social distancing.
Ariadne Labs founder Atul Gawande speaks with WBUR's Robin Young to discuss COVID-19, how to flatten the curve, and above all, how to protect healthcare workers.
The New York Times reporter interviewed Dr. Bitton, who provided more clarity to the concept of "social distancing" in one comment.
CNN: Donations of respirator masks and other medical supplies needed at American hospitals coming from unlikely sources
A cautionary story about the looming lack of medical equipment, including masks, and what can be done about that.
Advisory Board: ‘Any half-measure approach won’t work’: The urgent, painful need for social distancing
A Q&A with Dr. Bitton and Steven Berkow, Advisory Board Vice President of Provider Research, about social distancing and how health care leaders should respond.
A New York Times article on the genesis of Dr. Bitton's original social distancing post and tips for staying safe.
In this video interview, Dr. Bitton talks with Jim Braude of WGBH about social distancing.