JABSOM Resources Page: COVID-19 Updates

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STATUS 04/02/20


Effective immediately, the JABSOM Kakaʻako library will be restricted to JABSOM students, faculty and staff. This measure will help with needed social distancing for our students, faculty and staff. Employees of UHP, RCUH, UHF, and our non-compensated faculty are considered part of the JABSOM ʻohana and may continue to use the library facilities.


Large group activities planned for more than 10 people will be modified or canceled, in accordance with CDC and State recommendations on March 18, 2020. Students, residents and fellows should check their email frequently for updates.
Medical student pre-clinical courses will be online starting March 23, 2020 through the end of this academic year per the main University of Hawaiʻi decision on March 18, 2020 (but this may change).
Clinical components of medical student, communication sciences and disorders and medical technology students will be suspended effective March 16-29, 2020. Alternative required learning activities and experiences will be communicated directly to the students by the department, program or Office of Medical Education. We will continue to reassess the situation.
Residents and fellows should follow their respective program and clinical rotation site guidance.
Group learning typically held within clinical settings for medical students, residents and fellows will be altered to promote social distancing. Please check your email for details.
Students working in research laboratories should adhere to UH Mānoa recommendations. Questions? See your advisor, graduate chair or Dr. Mariana Gerschenson.


FAQs & Resources

Sign up for Hawaii Department of Health (HDHOH) email alerts
New, user-friendly HDOH website for COVID-19 information: hawaiicovid19.com
Queen’s Medical Center COVID-19 Infoline: 808-691-2619
University of Hawaiʻi (UH) COVID-19 Resources Page
Pacific Basin Telehealth Resource Center COVID-19 Resource Page
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) CDC COVID-19 Microsite

The Aloha United Way call center is open daily 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

  • Call 2-1-1 from any location in the state
  • Text 877-275-6569
  • Email info211@auw.org

For Employees:
Please check with your respective employers and supervisors if you have questions related to your work situation. Relevant links are below:


Wellness Resources