INFORMATION FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
Information to help you talk to patients about COVID-19, treatment options, and available clinical trials.
COVID-19 CLINICAL TRIALS OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUR PATIENTS
Find clinical trials for four patient categories:
- Patients with COVID-19 who are not hospitalized.
- Hospitalized COVID-19 patients.
- Adults who have been exposed to COVID-19 but have not developed the disease.
- Adult patients who have been discharged from the hospital.
Is your healthcare practice interested in being a study site for an ACTIV clinical trial? Please email [email protected] with the email subject, “Potential Site for ACTIV Trials."
RESOURCES FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS (AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS)
Early intervention with monoclonal antibody treatment may reduce the risk of severe illness and hospitalization for people with COVID-19 who are at high risk of developing more serious illness. Here are resources that can help you ensure rapid access to monoclonal antibody treatment for your high-risk COVID-19 patients.
PATIENT FLYER: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY TREATMENT
Download "An Option for COVID-19 Positive Patients: Monoclonal Antibody Treatment" to help your patients understand how mAb treatment can help prevent more serious COVID-19 illness.
Many partners worldwide are working to create vaccines and other preventives to lessen the spread of COVID-19. You can find information on the latest vaccine and prevention efforts here.
A critical part of the control of COVID-19 is safe and effective vaccines. Physicians and other healthcare providers can help speed the vaccine development process by encouraging healthy patients and those who have positive COVID-19 antibody tests to consider participating in vaccine trials. It is important for trial participants to include a representation of the American population as a whole, including patients from diverse races, ethnicities, genders, and ages. The link below provides information about current vaccine trials.
Patients who think they have some of the COVID-19 symptoms or know they have been exposed to someone who has the virus might want to talk to their healthcare provider about getting tested. The link below provides information about the tests that are available and where patients can go to get tested.