Webinar on patient flow: Tuesday April 14, 16:00 CEST

The first edition of the COVID-19 webinar in the series: How to treat the disease, is about: 

How to organise pre-hospital and ED pathways and patient flow in suspected COVID 19

Hear experience right from the field. This webinar will be moderated by Luca Ragazzoni, Disaster Medicine specialist, and Diana Cimpoiesu, Pre-Hospital specialist

  1. Medical dispatch center: the first pre-triage level - Abdo Khoury (France)
  2. ED preparedness: clean and dirty pathways and how to prepare to a high flow of COVID 19 patients - Roberta Petrino (Italy)
  3. Thinking about the possible: Lesson learned in a country where the burden is not so high - Riccardo Leto (Belgium)

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After registration you will receive the webinar link.

For an overview of all the webinars EUSEM is organising CHECK HERE

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EUSEM COVID-19 webinars

As you might have noticed, EUSEM is very active with the organisation of several webinars . To keep everything clear, we inform you that we are doing 3 different tracks of webinars, mentioned below. We made a calendar for you with information about all the webinars, including links to recordings and reports of past webinars. Check the calendar here

Symbol paediatricUpdate of the Covid situation in Europe
Speakers reporting from different European countries on the impact and the actual situation.

Registration for the 3rd update is open, with updates from China, South Korea and many more - April 30, 9:00 CEST

 

Symbol paediatricHow to treat the disease
State of the art of Covid-19 patient care and management, with special focus on patient inflow, characteristics of the disease, imaging and oxygen and the step down.

Registration is open for the fourth edition: the COVID-19 patient needs oxygen - April 23, 16:00 CEST

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Paediatric Covid-19
Review and management of the Covid-19 impact on the Paediatric Emergency Departments and patients.

Watch the recording of the 2nd webinar with Paediatric Research Updates and national updates from China, Sweden and The Netherlands

 

 

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