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New COVID-19 Test-to-Treat Algorithm by USAID Global Goods TeamDownload here
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Webinar 5: Mental Health & Frontline Healthcare Workers with Brandon Kohrt, Khoa Duong, Diana Frymus, Laura Murray moderated by Kate Douglass
Here are some of the resources mentioned during the webinar:
WHO-UNICEF: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Minimum Service Package (MSP);
OCHA IASC: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Monitoring and Evaluation with Means of Verification
WHO UNICEF: Ensuring Quality in Psychological Support (EQUIP) Platform
WHO: World Mental Health Report 2022
IASC 4W's: Who is Where, When, doing What in Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
This algorithm and implementation guide are intended to help clinicians at the point of care initiate oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19. Based on efficacy data, nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (NMV/r) is the preferred agent, followed by molnupiravir.
These tools were created by USAID Implementing partners EpIC, RISE, STAR-UCSF.
Webinar 4: Long COVID-19 with Drs. K. Gebo, M. Grunauer, N. Gopalkrishnan, C. Owoo, and N. Phanuphak moderated by Bhakti Hansoti.
The aim of this podcast is to help trainees who are reviewing for their exams as well as to provide a forum for interesting topics, debates and interviews in the areas of anesthesia and critical care.