WCM COVID-19 and Social Justice Townhall Recordings & Resources

April 15, 2020

WCM Diversity COVID-19 Pandemic and Social Justice Weekly Town Hall Recordings

To access session recordings click here and here

Weill Cornell Medicine continues to monitor the rapidly evolving situation related to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). 

For updates on current developments and resources Click here.

Faculty and Staff Resources

Wellbeing, child care, temporary accommodations, and more  Click here

Student Resources

Counseling, academic support, and student health resources Click here

CopeNYP Employee Urgent Counseling Program

Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry has launched an urgent counseling service that provides faculty and staff across NYP, Weill Cornell and Columbia quick and free access to confidential and supportive virtual counseling.   Staffed by trained mental health care professionals from WCM’s Department of Psychiatry, participants will receive emotional support and practical strategies to enhance coping that will be flexibly adapted to meet individuals’ needs and concerns.   

There is no charge for these encounters for all employees and trainees of Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian, and Columbia Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons including faculty, staff, house staff, trainees-- everyone.

More information available here https://psychiatry.weill.cornell.edu/node/474

WCM Anti-Discrimination, Prohibited Bias and Related Misconduct Policies 

If a member of the WCM community believes that he/she has experienced prohibited discrimination and harassment at WCM, the individual should report the incident either verbally or in writing as follows:

For more visit https://diversity.weill.cornell.edu/policies/anti-discriminationprohibited-bias-related-misconduct   

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