08 May 2020 | News
iPC Health Resource Centre brings together free online courses, blogs, videos and additional links from CDC & WHO for a quick reference for the healthcare staff, these resources are can be accessed through your phone, laptop or tablets.
iPC Health applauds all healthcare workers who are combating the COVID-19 pandemic untiringly and extends full support and protection to them in dealing with this crisis. To further assist these medical professionals with the additional COVID-19 information, iPC Health has recently introduced a free COVID-19 resource centre which is a go-to resource on the infection outbreak and prevention strategies for healthcare organizations. iPC Health Resource Centre brings together free online courses, blogs, videos and additional links from CDC & WHO for a quick reference for the healthcare staff, these resources are can be accessed through your phone, laptop or tablets.
In times like these, the need of the hour is to equip the healthcare staff with as much knowledge as possible. iPC Health is coming up with its first ever Webinar (Link - https://zoom.us/j/95772678838) on COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness in terms of Infection Prevention & Control Protocols on 8th May 2020, 1pm to 2pm. Dr. Savitha Nagraj (HOD & Professor – Department of Microbiology, St. John’s Medical College) will talk about how hospitals can better prepare themselves and their teams to handle the pandemic.
Owing to the huge response to its COVID-19 Programme with around 5000+ people already taken the course, iPC Health has recently updated the course regarding COVID-19 infection myths, pregnancy care, and insights to manage dialysis patients suffering from Coronavirus.
“As healthcare professionals continue to battle this worldwide crisis, we remain committed to helping them in all possible ways we can. Our recently introduced free online COVID-19 courses has been a huge success and we have lately updated the course content, covering deeper aspects of COVID-19 challenges and treatment so that the medical professionals have a better understanding of how to cope with the risk factors while treating positive cases,” said Sameer Shariff, Founder and CEO, Impelsys.
Emphasizing on the regular training of the healthcare workforce in coping with COVD-19 crisis, Shariff further added, “We have also created a Resource Centre for Free Online Courses and educational materials to help the staff with immediate reference points for COVID-19 and deliver better patient care. Our online courseware materials are free and specifically intended to keep healthcare professionals updated on their response plans, infection prevention guidelines, and establish plans for tracking the emergence and spread of COVID-19.”