Baylor cares for the homeless during COVID-19 pandemic

Social distancing and following stay-at-home orders may seem simple for those safe inside of their homes, but it is not always easy for homeless people. Through partnerships with Healthcare for the Homeless and the Houston Outreach Medicine Education and Social Services (HOMES) Clinic, the Baylor community is serving the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic by…

Baylor COVID-19 Diaries

View this photo gallery to see the Baylor community in action during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please continue to share photos and stories of how you are staying positive, adjusting to the ‘new normal’ and supporting the College’s response to the pandemic through your role. Email your photos and stories to Dana Benson at benson@bcm.edu.

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Focus on education amidst pandemic

From implementing distance learning and organizing virtual research presentations through Zoom and other online programs to updating curriculum to include COVID coursework, educational leaders at Baylor College of Medicine are charting new territory during the coronavirus pandemic.

Mental healthcare for the Baylor family

There has been an emphasis on taking care of one’s physical health during these challenging times, but caring for one’s mental health cannot be ignored. Whether it’s the stress of working from home or homeschooling, the isolation of social distancing or the fear of you or a loved one contracting COVID-19, each concern is valid.