Coronavirus (COVID-19) Member Resources
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) is closely following the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and is here to support you during these challenging times. We have collected resources from around the globe to provide valuable guidance in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. We will continue to monitor the situation and will be regularly updating this page with more resources as they become available. Read the full ASPS Statement on COVID-19 >>
IMPORTANT: Paycheck Protection Program officially resumed on April 27
Please visit our Small Business Loans guide for more information.
STATEMENT: Considerations for the resumption of elective surgery and visits
Please visit our Considerations for the Resumption of Elective Surgery and Visits statement for more information.
Webinars focused on telemedicine and managing your practice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources to continue serving patients while practicing social distancing and unemployment benefits information.
Resources for COVID-19 emergency financial relief, along with ASPS efforts to support plastic surgeons.
Guidance for plastic surgeons regarding elective procedures in the COVID-19 medical crisis.
Insights from medical authorities with details you and your patients need to know to limit the spread of coronavirus.
- ASPS members weigh-in on a new future for plastic surgery that could be forever altered by COVID-19
- Doctors discuss a return to cosmetic procedures in a world that calls for masks
- Early results from Moderna coronavirus vaccine trial show participants developed antibodies against the virus
- How a COVID-19 diagnosis changed this plastic surgeon's perspective on aesthetic medicine
- HHS extends deadline for attestation, acceptance of terms and conditions for provider relief fund payments
- Treating coronavirus is draining hospital coffers of millions and threatening resources
- Another 2.4 million Americans file for unemployment, bringing 9-week total to 38.6 million
- How to get a small business loan under the new $484 billion coronavirus aid package
Stress and Mental Health Resources for Medical Professionals
Headspace is offering all U.S. healthcare professionals who work in public health settings free access to Headspace Plus through 2020. The coronavirus is an unprecedented global challenge, and healthcare professionals are particularly overburdened. Headspace wants to support you as best they can.