Safe Grocery Shopping Checklist offers guidance to ensure safety before, during and after trips to the grocery store
The COVID-19 pandemic poses particular risks for adults over the age of 65 and those with pre-existing health risks. Disproportionately at risk for morbidity and mortality from the virus, much of this population may also be challenged by social isolation, loneliness, and the lack of support and resources.
Ariadne is focusing on identifying structured supports for these communities.
Our work includes developing evidence-based guidelines and tools to enhance care and wellbeing for older populations, and creating tools to promote conversations among patients with serious illness and their clinicians about goals and wishes for medical treatment.
Conversations between patients and clinicians about what matters most lead to higher quality care and improved quality of life for patients and those who care for them. The COVID-19 pandemic makes communication both...
Massachusetts Coalition for Serious Illness Care founded in 2016 by Ariadne Labs pens op-ed on serious illness conversations in the time of COVID-19.
An article on end-of-life planning details the COVID-19 guide, recently released by Ariadne Labs and The Conversation Project, which includes action items to do right now to be prepared.
GeriPal: The State of COVID19 in Boston: Podcast with Zara Cooper, Rachelle Bernacki, and Ricky Leiter
Rachelle Bernacki speaks to the GeriPal podcast about the state of COVID-19 at the Brigham and Women's hospital and Dana Farber Cancer Center in Boston.
Physicians from Massachusetts General Hospital wrote on the need for serious illness conversations, citing resources from Ariadne Labs.
Op-ed by Jeffrey Millstein, a primary care physician on the need for serious illness care conversations, with a link to resources from Ariadne's Serious Illness Care Program.
Boston Globe: ICU doctor shares heartbreaking impact of hospital visitor bans as coronavirus spreads
Dr. Daniela J. Lamas is interviewed about her heartbreaking experiences in the ICU of Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Dr. Asaf Bitton discusses the importance of a comprehensive approach to address the disproportionate effects that safety measures have on those who may be more vulnerable and isolated.