Over the last few months, as the global COVID-19 pandemic has escalated, there has been an accompanying surge in information available around COVID-19. Trying to stay up to date in this rapidly changing and progressing field of healthcare is challenging, given the sheer volume of information and data available.
To assist our colleagues in the healthcare sector, Netcare initiated the Netcare COVID-19 Lecture Series. The series is aimed at all healthcare workers of all levels and skills, with the intention of better equipping everyone to combat this pandemic. The sessions take place regularly via Zoom, with all sessions recorded and available online via Netcare’s YouTube page. All sessions are CPD accredited and completely free.
If you would like to attend the live sessions, please register in advance by clicking here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration and live attendance is required for CPD points.
We have planned sessions until the end of July for every weekday, and will then move to twice a week from August onwards. The sessions we had thus far and have planned for the future are as follows:
Watch all the recorded videos below
If you have any queries, or if you would like to speak at one of our sessions, please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact Mande Toubkin (email@example.com) or Dr Chris Mathew (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For the general public, the use of face masks is not recommended, and the
unwarranted purchase and inappropriate use of face masks could potentially
deplete the availability of these resources for healthcare workers.
The most important things the public can do is to practise good hand
hygiene and cough etiquette.
The following circumstances justify the use of face masks: