The Harvard Medical School has announced a webinar series aimed at clinicians and other health care professionals that is freely accessible to all those interested, with the presentations providing perspectives on care delivery to address the coronavirus pandemic. The next webinar can be joined live online starting at 6 p.m. CET today.

The Harvard Medical School has announced two webinars in its “Hospital Management of Coronavirus Complications” series, about the clinical and operational aspects of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The two sessions of the first webinar on clinical aspects were held on March 23 and 24, while the two on operational aspects were scheduled for March 25 and 26. The moderator of the first webinar is J. Kevin Tucker, MD, Medical Director of DCI Brigham/Faulkner Hospital, Director of the BWH/MGH Joint Nephrology Fellowship Program, and Assistant Professor of Medicine at HMS, while the second is moderated by Ajay Singh, MBBS, FRCP, MBA, Senior Associate Dean for Postgraduate Education, Harvard Medical School. In the webinars, the moderators talk with Harvard-affiliated experts, exploring a range of operational considerations, including preventing spread to patients and protecting health care providers and other caregivers.

The webinar series is being held this week, those interested need to register on this webpage of Harvard Medical School. After providing the required information, registrants will receive an email with a link to join a Zoom meeting of the next webinar session. The next session is scheduled to be held today, and can be joined live at 6 p.m. CET, with the theme being the operational aspects of combating the coronavirus. HMS notes on its website that if anyone is unable to access the webinars live, the programs will be recorded each day and a link to the recording will be emailed as they become available.

Source: Harvard Medical School
Tamás Deme