The pathophysiology of COVID19 and how this informs diagnosis

The pathophysiology of COVID19 and how this informs diagnosis, treatment and prevention efforts. The epidemiological principles underlying the current public health interventions and how these interventions could influence the impact of the pandemic. Explain the different stakeholder roles involved in enacting these interventions.

The pathophysiology of COVID19 and how this informs diagnosis

1. Firstly, The pathophysiology of COVID19 and how this informs diagnosis, treatment and prevention efforts.

2. Secondly, The epidemiological principles underlying the current public health interventions and how these interventions could influence the impact of the pandemic. Also, Explain the different stakeholder roles involved in enacting these interventions.

3. Thirdly, Describe the complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, How did healthcare systems rise or fail to rise to the call? Further, Discuss any challenges faced by both outpatient and hospital systems, healthcare providers, and patients.

4. Additionally, Describe the role of primary care clinicians and concerns they may have in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.

5.  Also, What are the lessons you have learned from the response to COVID-19 in the US? From this point on what can we do to improve the response to COVID-19?

Resources to help you, all free of charge.
https://curriculum.covidstudentresponse.org
https://www.pcori.org/meetings-events/confronting-covid-19-finding-hospital-capacity-and-improving-patient-flow-webinar-series
https://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/mechanical-ventilation-covid-19?delta=0
https://covid19.sccm.org/nonicu.htm
https://www.coursera.org/learn/covid-19

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Coronavirus: How well prepared are countries for a covid-19 pandemic?

No country is fully prepare d for a coronavirus pandemic, according to a public health expert. But some countries will be better place to handle an outbreak than others.

Moreover, THE new coronavirus is now spreading in several countries. As New Scientist went to press, eight cases of infection had been confirm ed in the UK, including a man who went home to Brighton from a conference in Singapore via a ski resort in France.

Four other people on the ski trip were diagnose as infected after returning to the UK, including a doctor. The medical centre where the doctor works has now been shut. A further five people at the ski resort were diagnosed while still in France, and one other case was confirmed on return to Spain.

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