Welcome to the SASOHN Corona Virus info and tips page. We will be posting helpful tips and guides to help assist you in preventing the spread of the Corona Virus.
The NIOH has posted the videos of the online training sessions it presented this last week, which are very worth watching, as they contain practical advise for both practitioners on the frontline, as well as support staff for medical services.
The session on GPs and Dentists is long (3 hours) but particularly relevant to small practice trying to manage themselves. their patients and staff.
The videos are available at:
COVID-19 NIOH Training: Occupational-specific training for GPs and Dentists https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL3UjP6A2Js&feature=youtu.be
COVID-19 NIOH Training: Bio-risk assessment for Frontline workers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3wp_pdfjnY&feature=youtu.be
In addition, The National Institute for Occupational Health (NIOH) has arranged a PPE USE and COVID-19 Training Session for Tuesday, 07 April 2020 @ 11:00-13:00.
Registration is required in order to access the session.
Please find Zoom details below:
Register in advance for this webinar:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_byQbcOo5TsWj3MhCHRDHYA
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
The International Society of Travel Medicine’s Professional Education Committee (PEC) has put together an online PANDEMIC course of curated journal articles designed to help busy clinicians learn more about COVID-19 :
PANDEMIC Course Topics include:
The PEC recognizes that health care providers are busy caring for patients, leaving little time to search the medical literature for relevant journal articles. The digital format is presented as easily digestible curated journal articles, with summaries and educational quizzes.
Providers who want or need to learn more about COVID-19 can conveniently access the course on personal mobile devices during a short break or as time allows to sit down and work through a module.
We recognize the pandemic is moving fast and so is the medical literature. For that reason, we will update the content regularly.