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Atención básica de emergencia: abordaje de lesionados y enfermos agudos

 
General Intensive Care
Respiratory Failure and Care
Adult Respiratory Care
Resource–variable settings

La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS), en colaboración con el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR) y la Federación Internacional de Medicina de Emergencia (IFEM, por sus siglas en inglés), elaboró este curso de atención básica de emergencia para los proveedores de servicios médicos de primera línea que manejan situaciones agudas potencialmente mortales con recursos limitados.

By WHO
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Clinical management of patients with COVID-19 – General considerations

 
COVID-19
COVID-19 Therapeutics

By the end of this modules, you should be able to:
- use ethical principles to develop critical resource allocation considerations, for use during COVID-19;
- utilize practical tools to maintain quality of care for patients during a pandemic
- describe palliative care techniques applicable to COVID-19 care;
- identify different types of referral systems;
- explain the basic tenets of safe interfacility transfer

By WHO
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Clinical management of patients with COVID-19 – Rehabilitation of patients with COVID-19

 
COVID-19
General Intensive Care
Rehabilitation
Respiratory Failure and Care

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:
- Understand the role of rehabilitation in the management of impairments resulting from COVID-19;
- Describe the etiology of a range of rehabilitation-related impairments in COVID-19;
- Know who and when to assess for rehabilitation needs;
- Provide education and advice to patients and their families; and
- Advise on strategies to help patients and their families manage their impairments.

By WHO
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Course on occupational health and safety for health workers in the context of COVID-19

 
Health Worker Psychosocial Health
Healthcare worker well-being
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Occupational health & safety

Module 1: Infectious risks to health and safety
Module 2: Physical risks to health and safety
Module 3: Psychosocial risks to health and safety
Module 4: Basic occupational health and safety in health services.

By WHO
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L3
English

COVID-19: Cómo ponerse y quitarse el equipo de protección personal (EPP)

 
COVID-19
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
By WHO
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Facility infection prevention control: disinfection and waste management

 
Infection Prevention Control
Facilities & Triaging
Facility preparedness

By the end of these courses, learners should be able to:
1. Identify the sources of waste at a health care facility and describe best practices for collecting and managing health care waste
2. Describe standard precautions to keep environmental services workers safe and explain function and use of cleaning agents and disinfectants
3. Describe the various methods of disinfection and sterilization and the workflow layout for appropriate handling

By WHO
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L3
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Hand Hygiene Brochure: Why, How, and When

 
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Occupational health & safety
By WHO
L1
English

Hand Hygiene Course & Brochure

 
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Occupational health & safety

By the end of these courses and videos, learners will be able to:
1. Describe proper technique of hand washing
2. Understand importance of glove use and hand hygiene

By WHO
L1
English

Injection and needle safety

 
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Occupational health & safety

By the end of these courses, learners will be able to:
1. Identify proper needle handling technique and disposal
2. Describe what to do if a needle-stick injury does occur

By WHO
L1
English

Leadership & programme management in Infection Prevention & Control

 
Infection Prevention Control
Facilities & Triaging
Facility preparedness

By the end of these courses, learners should be able to:
1. define leadership as it applies to the roles and responsibilities of the IPC focal person;
2. Describe how the three factors of successful implementation—context, innovation, and recipients—define a framework for improving IPC activities
3. Define leadership as it applies to the roles and responsibilities of the IPC focal person

By WHO
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L3
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L1
L2
L3
English
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Precauciones básicas: Higiene de las manos

 
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Occupational health & safety

Objetivos de aprendizaje:
- describir la higiene de las manos
- reconocer los 5 momentos para la higiene de las manos;
- abordar el uso de guantes y la higiene de las manos

By WHO
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Recursos para detección y diagnóstico de COVID-19 (OPS/OMS)

 
COVID-19
COVID-19 Diagnostics

- Directrices de laboratorio
- Información y criterios para la priorización de pruebas diagnósticas
- Implementación de la prueba rápida de detección de antígenos para COVID-19
- Interpretación de resultados
- Nota Técnica: Caracterización genómica del SARS-CoV-2 y variantes circulantes en la Región de las Américas
- Orientaciones para la selección de muestras de SARS-CoV-2 para caracterización y vigilancia genómica

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Salud y seguridad ocupacional para profesionales de la salud en el contexto de la COVID-19

 
COVID-19
Health Worker Psychosocial Health
Healthcare worker well-being
Infection Prevention Control
Healthcare Provider IPC
Supplementary Resources

Al finalizar este curso, los participantes deberán ser capaces de:
- describir los riesgos ocupacionales más frecuentes para la salud y la seguridad a los que están expuestos los profesionales de la salud durante su respuesta a la pandemia de COVID-19;
- describir los derechos del personal de salud a trabajar en unas condiciones dignas;
- describir cómo aplicar medidas para proteger su salud y su seguridad y proponer activamente las mejoras
- obtener acceso y usar los servicios de apoyo para la protección de la salud y la seguridad del personal de salud.

By WHO
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L2
L3
Español

WHO-ICRC Basic Emergency Care Course: approach to the acutely ill and injured

 
General Intensive Care
Clinical Assessment & Triage
Respiratory Failure and Care
Adult Respiratory Care
Resource–variable settings

Developed by WHO and ICRC, in collaboration with the International Federation for Emergency Medicine, Basic Emergency Care (BEC): Approach to the acutely ill and injured is an open-access training course for frontline healthcare providers who manage acute illness and injury with limited resources.

By WHO
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