COVID-19 Nurse Resources

Last updated: June 21, 2022
covid nursesIn late 2019, a novel or new coronavirus was identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, and has caused illness and death around the world. This new virus outbreak was declared a “global pandemic” by the World Health Organization (WHO) in early 2020.
This new coronavirus disease, abbreviated COVID-19, is highly transmissible. It can spread through small droplets from the nose or mouth when a person with the disease talks, coughs, sneezes or exhales. COVID-19 can cause a range of symptoms from the common cold to severe respiratory illness, such as fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and/or diarrhea. Vaccination and vigilant infection control practices are key to the prevention and spread of this virus and decreasing morbidity and mortality.
New information about COVID-19 is being discovered and shared regularly. Here are important resources from expert sources to get you and your team up to date with the latest information, including prevention, treatment and management strategies.


Access COVID-19 nurse resources from leading health organizations like the CDC, WHO and Wolters Kluwer.


wake-of-covid-webinar-image-(1).jpgThis webinar addresses current evidence and practical knowledge related to COVID-19. Access this webinar on-demand and you can earn Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD) credit.

Navigating the Wake of COVID 

Administering an Intramuscular Injection

During this public health emergency, the team at Wolters Kluwer is providing free access to our video, Administering an Intramuscular Injection, as a resource. In this example, administration of a pneumococcal pneumonia vaccine is performed.

Cross Training Collection for Critical Care & Progressive Care Nursing

During the COVID-19 pandemic, you may have been presented with new opportunities to care for patients and support nursing colleagues in settings less familiar to you, including critical care or progressive care units. Here are the tools and resources you need to provide safe and effective care.


Nursing Blog Posts

Learn more about how to treat COVID-19 across patient types and how to preserve staying power as a nurse during this pandemic.


Updated February 12, 2021

Free Infographics & Posters

Our infographics and posters offer clear information about the COVID-19 virus as well as patient education resources.

Nursing Pocket Cards

These quick-read pocket cards provide nurses with the vital reminders needed to provide safe, effective care during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Our COVID-19 nursing podcasts include expert interviews on a variety of clinical and workforce-related topics. We discuss tips for addressing many of the common challenges facing nurses during this pandemic.


COVID-19 Journal Collections

Discover articles and resources from our library of Lippincott Nursing Journals. 
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Lippincott Nursing Education

We share free resources that will help nurse educators and students navigate changes in nursing education.

Lippincott Solutions

Australian Resources

Freely access COVID-19 resources provided by Australian governmental organizations. Get case statistics, clinical advice and learn how the Australian government is managing the outbreak.

Changes in Licensure and Scope of Practice from State Boards of Nursing

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, state boards of nursing are modifying their licensure requirements and scope of practice in order to meet the patient surge. Click on your state below to visit the website of your board of nursing and find out if there has been a change in your licensure requirements or scope of practice.
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