COURSES & WEBINARS FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN LMICs

March 30, 2020

TrustLaw COVID-19 Webinar

The TrustLaw COVID-19 Resource Hub brings together resources from around the globe on the legal implications of COVID-19. We include links to helpful information for non-profit and social enterprises that are navigating the challenges of the ongoing pandemic.

TrustLaw is running a series of webinars for non-profits and social enterprises. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive practical guidance directly from lawyers on legal issues arising from the pandemic. Topics may include employment issues, contractual rights and force majeure, insurance, GDPR, governance, and others. 

IGHN selected webinars:

  1. Employment & COVID-19 in Bangladesh
  2. Guidance on COVID-19 in India
  3. CARES Act & COVID-19 in USA

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The Big Rethink: Discussions on Cities After COVID-19

Premiering Tuesday, April 7th and running for eight consecutive weeks, these live virtual discussions bring together leading global experts to examine the longer-term implications of the Covid-19 crisis.

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GTAM Webinar Series: Supporting nutrition practitioners in COVID-19 context

The Global Technical Assistance Mechanism for Nutrition (GTAM) and partners are hosting a series of webinars to support practitioners with IYCF-E, wasting and nutrition information systems in the COVID-19 context.

Protecting, promoting and supporting IYCF during the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections and recommendation: Recording and slides available here

Child wasting programming in response and preparation to the COVID-19 pandemic: experiences from the field: Recording and slides available here

For Webinars available in French and Spanish, CLICK HERE

Columbia University School of Professional Studies Webinar: “Health & Human Rights in the Era of Covid-19: What Are the Ethical Issues?”

This online panel discussion centred on human rights and the ethical questions emerging in the COVID-19 emergency.

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Responding to Covid-19: The Situation in Africa -LIVE WEB CONFERENCE

An African European Parliamentarians Initiative (AEPI) Event.
Tuesday, 21st April 2020, 9.30am to 11am (UTC+1)

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Clinical Care Severe Acute Respiratory Infection 

This course includes content on clinical management of patients with a severe acute respiratory infection.

It is intended for clinicians who are working in intensive care units (ICUs) in low and middle-income countries and managing adult and pediatric patients with severe forms of acute respiratory infection (SARI), including severe pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), sepsis and septic shock. 

Course duration: Approximately 10 hours.

Certificates: There are no certificates available at this time.

Access the English Courses HERE

The course is now available in:

    • French
    • Russian
    • Coming soon: Indonesian, Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese

WEBINAR SERIES: COVID-19 & HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS

The READY Initiative, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Centre for Humanitarian Health at Johns Hopkins University and the Centre of Education and Research in Humanitarian Action are hosting a weekly webinar series on COVID-19 and humanitarian settings. The webinars will take place on Wednesdays from 8–9am EST (1pm-2pm GMT+1).

Webinar Subjects Include:

  • COVID-19 – Can we really learn from past outbreaks?;
  • Epidemiology of COVID-19 and Programme Implications;
  • Mental Health Considerations for Health Workers and Beneficiaries;
  • Ethical Considerations for COVID-19 Response Planning;
  • Health Facility Checklists;
  • Implementing Nutrition Programs;
  • Delivering Treatment in Humanitarian Settings;
  • Social Behavior Change in the Time of COVID;
  • WASH and IPC.

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WEBINAR SERIES: TRANSFORMING CARE FOR SMALL & SICK NEWBORNS

Organised by WHO and UNICEF

Join the discussion with leading experts on neonatal health in this webinar series, every two weeks, Wednesday 6th of May until August.
They will present findings of the Survive and Thrive: transforming care for every small and sick newborn report, share country experiences in improving
quality of care for newborns, and introduce the World Health Organization’s new standards of care for small and sick newborns.

Morning and afternoon sessions offered.

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