COVID-19: Supporting our Frontline Heroes
from Mental Health to Current Research
Nutrición en niños menores de 5 años en el contexto de COVID-19
Prevención, control de infección, higiene, uso de PPE (bioseguridad)
Conceptos Basicos en el Rastreo de Contactos
Best Practices for ICU Care of COVID-19 Patients in the U.S.
Express & Decompress | Art Session for Kids
COVID 19 Triage system and PPE use
Echocardiography Point of Care Ultrasound Training in Low-resource Settings
Mental Health for U.S. Healthcare Workers
Global Health Response during COVID-19: Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh
Ethics of Providing Care during a Pandemic
Global Health Responses for Refugees and IDPs during COVID-19 in Greece
Lung Point of Care Ultrasound Training in Low-resource Settings
Training Healthcare Workers on Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Global Health Responses for Refugees and IDPs in the time of COVID-19 in Syria
Frontline Health Workers COVID-19 Training Webinar - Module 1
How COVID-19 is Affecting Clinics and Partners in the Countries We Work
Global Health Responses for Refugees and IDPs in the time of COVID-19 in Colombia
COVID-19 Webinar for Arabic Speaking Healthcare Workers Worldwide
Coping with Stress - Part 1
Part 1 Reference Material
MedGlobal Remote Education
As part of the MedGlobal COVID-19 response we are providing accurate up-to-date information to frontline healthcare workers in limited resources, especially those working with refugees, on the themes of COVID-19 latest research and mental health resources in pandemic settings.
For this purpose we have teamed up with University of Illinois at Chicago and other volunteers to create weekly theme-focused webinars in Arabic, English and Spanish that will aim to address these gaps and be shared with our local partners globally for viewing with their staff and can be accessed on our website.
These webinars are also followed up with live Q&A sessions to support our field teams.
Topics will include:
Mental Health tips for healthcare providers
Prevention, Detection, and Diagnosis of COVID 19