Resources to help you prepare for COVID-19

UCLA Former Users Transplant News

Updated 3.19.20

With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continuing to rise across the country and the globe, kidney patients, transplant recipients, and living donors may be wondering what steps they can take to be prepared and to try to stay well. We’ve put together a list of resources that you can consult to prepare and stay up to date on the COVID-19 situation. If you have questions, you should reach out to your transplant or dialysis center. Also, many providers are offering virtual or telehealth check-ins to help limit unnecessary potential exposures, so be sure to ask about this option if you are considering a visit to your provider soon.

From all of us at the Transplant Research and Education Center, we wish you good health.

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Transplant and Dialysis-Specific Resources
General Resources
UCLA Health Resources
Resources for Children, Teens, and Families
Resources for Relaxation and Calm
Upcoming Events
Resources for Clinicians and Transplant Centers

Transplant and Dialysis-Specific Resources:

General Resources:

UCLA Health Resources:

Resources for Children, Teens, and Families:
  • NPR created a comic that helps parents talk to their kids about the coronavirus
  • Psychology Today “How to Talk to Kids and Teens About the Coronavirus
  • Comic created by physicians and the Government of India
  • KidsHealth provides information on how to talk to your child, what to do if your child is sick, how to prepare your family, preventing the spread, and social distancing with children
  • Covibook, a short book in multiple languages to support and reassure children under the age of 7. Available in multiple languages.

Resources for Relaxation and Calm:

Upcoming Events:

The American Association of Kidney Patients is offering at webinar “What Kidney Patients and their Families need to know about Coronavirus” with the CDC on March 18 at 3 p.m. EDT

Click here to register!

Resources for Clinicians & Transplant Centers:

*Image Credit: Alissa Eckert, MS, Dan Higgins, MAMS from CDC Public Health Image Library