Welcome to the COVID-19 Resource Hub for Boston-area Clinicians and Researchers
This space is intended to be a collective knowledge base for those of us working on the front-lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, this will be a hub for Boston-based clinicians and researchers, including representatives from BIDMC, MGH, BWH, Children's, BMC and Tufts and our collaborators at all the universities and hospital networks (Partners, BI Lahey Health, others).
Tiny link to this page: https://collaborate.hms.harvard.edu/x/2Ck2Aw - do not post this link on twitter as it is not meant for general public.
This site set up by Katy Stephenson, MD, MPH, Division of Infectious Diseases, BIDMC, firstname.lastname@example.org
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(1) Feel free to make your own sections to add any documents you think might be helpful to others. I might move them around to keep the site user-friendly.
(2) This site is accessible to anyone who can be helpful. If you know someone who wants to get access, send me their email address: email@example.com
(3) If you upload documents to this site, it needs to be available to everyone else using the site. If you put up restrictions to certain people only, I'll remove the restrictions.
(4) Don't post anything that is protected by a Confidential Disclosure Agreement. We can't jeopardize our collaboration with pharma and biotech by doing that.
(1) To add a folder to the side-bar, you have to click "Create" in the top header. There's no "Add Folder" button, sadly. Instead, click on "Blank Page". Give it a title and save. It will now show up on the left just like a folder.
(2) To add documents to your folder/page on the left, click on the page. Then click on "Create" again and add a new page. This new page will show up as a 'child' page in your folder.
(3) When you add a new blank page, you can insert whatever you like into it. Go to the plus button on top.
(4) Write a short description of what is in the page, at the TOP of the page. This will make it much easier for others to figure out if it will be useful to them.