COVID-19 Nurse Resource Center

Updated: march 25, 2020

News updates, links and helpful resources for all things COVID-19 for our nurse community
March 27, 2020

New Jersey Partially Implements Nurse Licensure Compact

New Jersey has partially enacted the Nurse Licensure Compact to support staffing demand.

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COVID-19 Cases

This map illustrates the latest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in each state. As the pandemic spreads, nurses will be called to the frontlines across the country. If you’d like to join in the fight against the spread of COVID-19, please sign up below to view our open COVID-19 jobs.
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Nursing Resources

COVID-19 Resources

Nurses Are needed Now More Than Ever

In times of crisis, nurses rise to the challenge; we run toward the challenge. Find out how you can get involved.
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Recognizing and Avoiding Nurse Burnout

Burnout is a real threat in the current COVID-19 conditions. Learn how you can identify and alleviate burnout.
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Federal Government Allows States to Loosen License Requirements

Think you can practice anywhere in an emergency? It’s not quite that simple.
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Most up-to-date announcements, alerts and actions from the Center for Disease Control regarding COVID-19.
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Most up-to-date announcements, alerts and actions from the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19.
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Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness updates on COVID-19.
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Trusted Resources

For Our Trusted Nurses

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Trusted’s Official
COVID-19 Action Plan

You can find Trusted's official COVID-19 response and action plan here. Our plan includes the ways in which we're supporting Trusted Nurses on assignment during this pandemic.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

All Trusted nurses have access to third-party services for mental health and self-care through Magellan EAP. Find out what you need in order to claim these benefits.

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COVID-19 Jobs

We have curated a list of all available COVID-19 jobs on our marketplace. If you're looking to looking to help out on the frontlines, we can help get you there. Check out the open COVID-19 jobs available now.

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Brand Partnerships

Check out the brands like High Brew Coffee that have generously partnered with Trusted to get discounted food and coffee into the hands of our nurses and our larger community.

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Community Resources

Other Companies Stepping Up

High Brew Brand

Trusted Partner

High Brew Coffee has generously partnered with Trusted to offer anyone in our community 20% off all cases of cold brew coffee. Use code 'NURSE20' at checkout.

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Sonder Brand

Sonder's tech-integrated hotels are offering 40% off extended stays of 14 days or more at their apartment-style hotels all across the country. Click the link below to redeem.

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Sweetgreen, a fresh salad and bowl restaurant chain, is setting up free outposts at hospitals in their operational areas: CA, IL, MA, NY, MD, PA, VA, TX, DC.

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Allbirds shoe retailer is donating free wool runners to anyone in healthcare working on COVID-19. Email for a free pair.

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Headspace, a mindfulness and meditation app, is offering a free subscription to Headspace Plus to all healthcare workers in the U.S. through 2020. Click the link below to redeem.

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Balance, a personalized meditation app is offering free subscriptions for the next year to all users to help cope during this unsettling period.

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Mint House

Mint House is offering 50% off extended stay accommodations in March to support those who need a place to work or stay. Click the link below to learn more.

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Tuft & Needle

Mattress and bedding company Tuft & Needle is offering 15% off to all healthcare workers. To redeem, you'll need to call their customer support line at (877) 842-2586.

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Why Do You


For centuries nurses, doctors and healthcare workers have been stepping up in times of crisis. When everyone else is instructed to go home, lock their doors and wait for instructions, the healthcare community has stepped up, and walked straight into the jaws of the threat and helped. COVID-19 is no different.

This certainly isn’t the first pandemic to come across our path and likely won’t be the last. But time and again we are seeing the bravery, self-sacrifice, and strength of our healthcare community. We stepped up before, and now we are stepping up again.

Why do you step up?

We’re asking our Trusted community - and the healthcare community at large - to share our message and your response using the hashtag #StepUpNotBack.

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