On May 19th, 2002, Prof. Elijah Paintsil, MD, FAAP – Yale School of Medicine gave a lecture on the current pandemic compared with HIV epidemic.
The webinar was organized by the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health of Padova.
Watch the webinar here.
An update webinar on COVID-19 by One Health Center of Excellence, University of Florida.
Professor Ilaria Capua and Professor Sonja Rasmussen give an update on the pandemic, focusing on the global response and on most recent clinical data.
Watch the webinar here.
Virology Education organizes a series of online interactive meetings on COVID-19 focusing on providing medical education for healthcare providers and other individuals fighting the pandemic.
All the presentations and video of the events are available here.
There is plenty of excellent new resources available in the Picturing Health website.
Picturing Health have been tirelessly working on creating films and animations to promote behavior that can reduce the spread of Coronavirus in Africa and to help shape the response to the crisis.
An example? Watch the animation Coronavirus and protecting elders in rural Africa
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The International AIDS Society (IAS) will host a virtual Conference on COVID-19, taking place on the last day of AIDS 2020: Virtual.
Abstract submission is now open until 25 May 2020.
For more information visit the conference website.
A webinar by ESPNIC focusing on the best level of evidence available for family-centered care in situations of pandemic, such as the COVID-19 one.
Prof. Anne-Sylvie Ramelet, RN, PhD, Chair of ESPNIC Nursing Science SectionInstitute of Higher Education and Research in Healthcare, Lausanne University and Research Nurse Consultant, Department women-mother-child University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland
Joseph Manning, RN,
In this PicPod podcast Erin Talati Paquette (Assistant Professor of Paediatric Critical Care at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, Associate chair of the ethics advisory board , associate director for ethics advocacy, and with a background in Law) and Joe Brierley (consultant on the PICU at Great Ormond St Hospital, lead for GOSH and ESPNIC bioethics) discuss how COVID-19 pandemic is impacting routine clinical care focusing on ethical aspects.
Listen to the podcast here.
In this webinar organized by the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health of Padova, in which professor Ilaria Capua provides an overview on COVID-19 outbreak.
The webinar is held in Italian language.
Big achievements in the RECOVER project: on April 22nd the first patient was enrolled in the “Household transmission study” – part of the RECOVER project- aimed at investigating the spread of SARS-CoV-2 infection within households, that represents one of the main factors that drives the pandemic.
To find out more on how RECOVER is using a COVapp to guide participants on this study and on other important achievements read the RECOVER press release.