The emergence of SARS-CoV2 has provoked unprecedented public healthcare measures globally, confronting not only ID doctors but everyone working in public health. These healthcare providers are faced with uncertainties on how to efficiently and effectively detect, treat, and monitor infected patients. With data and guidelines still evolving, there is a continuous stream of new information on the virus and the disease that it causes. Healthcare providers fighting the pandemic on multiple frontlines are in urgent need of a medical education resource that will expertly review and distil data into a concise and clear message to help them make informed treatment decisions for their patients.
We will organize a series of online interactive meetings on COVID-19. The duration of the online (live) events will be
90 minutes. This live stream will take place on Tuesday,
23 June 2020 (Please note that this date is tentative).
Join us for our interactive live-stream and get the most up-to-date information from international experts.
Healthcare providers involved in the management of SARS-CoV2 infected patients
Daniel R. Kuritzkes
Brigham and Women's Hospital / Harvard Medical School, United States
Sheba Medical Center,
Chelsea and Westminster
Hospital, United Kingdom
Will be available soon.
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