Microscopic illustration of the spreading 2019 corona virus that was discovered in Wuhan, China. The image is an artisic but scientific interpretation, with all relevant surface details of this particular virus in place, including Spike Glycoproteins, Hemagglutinin-esterase, E- and M-Proteins and Envelope.

iADH Covid Resources

The iADH remains committed to serve as a resource for best practice and the information presented here has been sourced from different government or professional guidelines and recommendations. These resources are not a substitute for professional medical advice.

All members must follow their national guidelines as situations will differ greatly between countries and regions.

Click Here to view the latest version of our iADH COVID Fact Sheet (Date 21st May 2020)

Further Resources have been categorized under the following categories;


Clinical Protocol and Management Guidelines

Statements/Positions and Resources of Dental Organizations

Service Delivery

COVID-19 and Disability

Education and Training

Compiling authors: Shelagh Thompson, Avanti Karve, Denise Faulks, Sharat Chandra Pani, Alison Dougall, in collaboration with Simon Tiller and members of iADH.

Comments, corrections, additions are welcome: education@iadh.org

Disclaimer: This evolving document aims to provide iADH members with a compilation of easily consultable resources, weblinks and pdfs (if available) regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on Special Care Dentistry. Resources will evolve during these challenging days and change as knowledge grows, and therefore cannot be considered definitive or in any way binding. All reasonable steps have been taken to provide access to reputable content, however, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, integrity and quality of every resource. Scientific publications will be compiled by the iADH Scientific Committee over time and presented as a separate ongoing document.