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                    Supercourse improve research and training in global health and assist researches in planning and analyzing their research efforts        Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

                                                                                                                    

Supercourse PowerPoint Lectures on COVID-19 and related issues

 

The Epidemiology of Human-Animal Interactions: Part I Zoonotic Diseases

 

A Brief Introduction to Epidemiology - Part II - (History of Infectious Disease & Epidemiology)

 

COVID-19. Biweekly Report. April 23, 2021) (lecture by AHMC COVID Team)

 

Challenges of Influenza Control (lecture by W. Paul Glezen, M.D., Baylor College of Medicine, Houston)

 

Critical care of patients with Covid 19 by Dr. Shaimaa A. Mostafa (MD)

 

Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases: The Perpetual Challenge to Global Health (lecture by Anthony S.Fauci)

 

Principle of Vaccinology (lecture by Elham Ahmadnezhad and Farshid fayyaz Jahani)

 

How to improve your Nutritional status and Immunity in Covid 19 by Prof.Dr. Vanisha Nambiar

 

COVID-19 Global Mortality (lecture by John Church and Raj Bhopal)


Epidemiology. COVID-19 and COVID-19. SWOT Analysis (lectures by Dr.I.Selvaraj)

Strategies to Control COVID-19 (lecture by R.Chotani)

2019-novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Facts & Misconceptions (lecture by R.Chotani) (in Spanish)

Corona virus disease 19 (COVID19). What all shall we know?  (lecture by A.Goel, WHO CC)

Herd Immunity and Vaccination 
(lecture by T. Panagiotopoulos)

The Theory of Epidemic Febrile Diseases (Warm Diseases) including information on treatment of COVID-19 patients
(lecture by Kaifeng Wei, WHO CC)

COVID 19 infection- some implications for nephrology by A. Bruchfeld,
in the frame of WHO CC network


The Spanish Experience of COVID-19
by N. Fernandez and M.J. Soler
in the frame of WHO CC network

CORONAVIIRUS 19 Infection and Disease. The sub-Saharan experience
by A.Kiboneka


Proposal on Kampo (Traditional Japanese Medicine) treatment for COVID-19
by Hiroshi Odaguchi, WHO Collaborating Center for Traditional Medicine

Case Finding and Contact Tracing for COVID-19 Disease
by Dr. Abdul Aziz Tayoun (Original Arabic Version)

COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND FOOD SAFETY
(Lecture by Luiza Gharibyan)


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                          Determinants of Taiwan’s Early Containment of COVID-19 Incidence (Article by Wen-Ta Chiu, Ronald P. Laporte, and Jonathan Wu)


COVID-19 Fact Sheets (in 35 languages)


VSC 438 Ecology of Viral Diseases

Biology of SARS-CoV-2 – Evolution and Mutations.webm

"THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK" Latest news from scientific American                                                                A Visual Guide to the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus


Youtube presentations:
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A Biostatistician Uses Crochet to Visualize the Frightening Infection Rates of the Coronavirus
COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and the Pandemic Series, presented by the MIT Department of Biology - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQP_CKXP8TdRq0OfSW5jjO2YFu9G8Iv-U

 

"Introduction to Covid Vaccinations 19" in Arabic - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPj3yPZ12mM

"COVID-19 developments - the second wave" in Arabic  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4OXQT65lx4

and other lectures in Arabic at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRGg5a2OGmf_XS-hY5M6i_g Channel

 

COVID-19 | Coronavirus: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnosticshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWzbArPgo-o

Critical examination of emerging medical evidence and literature in the era of COVID19 with

                                                                   presentation by Rashid Chotani NEW

                                               WAAAUB Greater Washington DC Chapter - Status of COVID-19 by Rashid Chotani, May 27, 2020

Set of webinars carried out by Dr.Antoni Trilla, Hospital Clinic of Barselona-UB in the frame of WHO CC Network  

Coronavirus: New Data. Lecture by Sergey Netesov, Novosibirsk, Russia

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update #2

Introduction to Coronaviruses (SARS, MERS, COVID-19): Hosts, Symptoms, History of SARS and MERS

Pandemic Lectures: Gathering the Facts | London Business School

COVID-19 Update 2: How to stop an epidemic - Herd immunity

Exponential growth and epidemics

#01 EPIDEMIOLOGY BASICS & CORONA , COVID-19 , PSM LECTURES , COMMUNITY MEDICINE LECTURES

Coronavirus question and answers in Hindi | covid 19 disease details


COVID-19: EPFL's Marcel Salathé course on Feb 26, 2020

COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 19) - February Update - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, pathology

COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 19) March Update- causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Introduction to Coronaviruses (SARS, MERS, COVID-19): Hosts, Symptoms, History of SARS and MERS


Please send slides on coronavirus and other materilas!  Please contact us at supercoursehelp@gmail.com
                  These can be in any language.  We make available Machine Translation into 109 lectures as well so that your lectures and slides can reach many million people.
 

                                                            Collaborators from Pittsburgh, Novosibirsk, Alexandria and elsewhere (Shubnikov (Russia), LaPorte (US),
                                                             Linkov (US), Sauer(US), Serageldin (Egypt), Kana (Nigeria), Marler (US), Ohanyido (Nigeria), Thikukutu (Namibia), Kiboneka (Namibia)

                                                          We would appreciate any thoughts about how else we could collaborate together on Coronavirus or another topic.

                                                                    Ronald E. LaPorte, PhD, Professor emeritus - 
ronaldlaporte@gmail.com, Pittsburgh, USA
                                                                              

WHO CC RESOURCES

WHO Collaborating Centre for Research & Training in Mental Health  -

New blog on Covid-19 and mental health

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/the-silent-pandemic-covid-19-and-mental-health


                                                       WHO CC on Social Marketing and Social Change at the University of South Florida - a module on COVID-19 
https://www.paho.org/en/events/launch-online-program-social-marketing-public-health-14-july-2020


Covid-19 situation on Mongolia. Letter from Prof. Sergelen Orgoi, director of WHO CC MOG-1 in Mongolia

 

Instituto de Salud Carlos - ISCIII is the national organism for public health and it is directly involved in the control, diagnostic, epidemiologic information  of the pandemic in Spain, but ISCIII has also been dedicated to produce and divulgate produce reports and information on different aspects of COVID-19. These reports were prepared by experts, based in facts and scientific information (no fakes) and they are very  trusted.  They could be a good resource of verified information that could help teachers and students (in Spanish/English/other by Translators):    

https://repisalud.isciii.es
https://www.conprueba.es/noticias
https://www.isciii.es/InformacionCiudadanos/DivulgacionCulturaCientifica/DivulgacionISCIII/Paginas/default.aspx

Javier Moreno, WHO Collaboration Center for Leishmaniasis, Centro Nacional de Microbiología, INSTITUTO DE SALUD CARLOS III

WHO CC on Integrated Health Services based on Primary Care and Board of Director of the Andalusian School of Public Health (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública – EASP) shared the following information:

EASP has a dedicated portal with resources, normally in Spanish, regarding COVID-19 pandemic available in https://www.easp.es/coronavirus-easp/ where you could find a blog with participation of the EASP professionals about COVID-19 from the Public Health perspective : https://www.easp.es/web/coronavirusysaludpublica/. We have also create a section with open resources of Tarining linked to the pandemic: https://www.easp.es/easp-a-la-carta/easp-a-la-carta-ver-todo/?term=382&orderby=date&order=DESC.

 

By its side, the Patient School of Andalusia, a project of the Regional Ministry of Health in Andalusia leaded by the EASP, is also sharing information and video-chats with Public Health  professionals in relation to different diseases in the framework of pandemic situation. https://www.escueladepacientes.es/coronavirus2.

 

Finally, we would lie to share with you a debate between the EASP Lecturer Sergio Minué and Adriano Massuda, external consultant of the Pan American Health Organization from the Federal University of Paraná about the primary care situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic https://twitter.com/sminue/status/1246869424541483008.

 


The link to download a free e-book titled "Experiencias triestinas".   The book - in spanish -  is about the experience of 7 young trainees from Argentina who spent a period working in Trieste Mental Health Department     
http://www.neu.unsl.edu.ar/?page_id=569 

T
he Appeal for National Plans for Mental Health during the Coronavirus Global Emergency of the World Federation for Mental Health :  https://wfmh.global/mental-health-and-covid-19-appeal/
You can subscribe it at:
https://wfmh.global/mental-mealth-and-covid-19-appeal-join-us/
World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research and Training - Dipartimento di Salute Mentale, ASUGI
International School Franca and Franco Basaglia "The Practice of Freedom" tel. +39 040399 7587-7469



Other Supercourse resources


Basic epidemiology and infectious disease epidemiology lectures from the Supercourse


Euclid's Statistical Matrix

Just in Time (JIT) Lectures

Disasters Supercourse (Natural and Man Made)

Ebola Virus Disease Supercourse

Personal Protective Technologies(PPT) Supercourse


Other educational content

                                    

Connecting clusters of COVID-19: an epidemiological and serological investigationhttps://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(20)30273-5/fulltext

Clinical Updates in COVID-19
NIH Ministry of Health Malaysia  Updates

                                                   

                                          What is Herd Immunity?   

https://www.slideshare.net/singh_br1762/r0-value-herd-immunity

 

How Dangerous is COVID-19? | SciShow News

Masks? Handwashing? Sanitizer? — How to Protect Yourself from Coronaviruses

Is This Coronavirus, or Just Allergies? Symptoms of COVID-19

Is COVID-19 a Pandemic? | March 2020 Update



Youtube videos and pdfs related to Africa

THE CORONAVIRUS FROM WUHAN – WHAT TO EXPECT IN SOUTH AFRICA

Coronavirus in Africa: Debunking fake news and myths around Covid-19 - BBC Africa

Africa CDC Press Briefings on the Coronavirus Disease Outbreak

Coronavirus in Africa - Straight Talk Africa

https://www.nhls.ac.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Corona_Training_Slides_NDOH_20200206_Version4a.pdf

 

List of talks given by Dr. Ganapathy in relation to the COVID 19 Pandemic

 

1.      Talk on Hybiz TV on “Healthcare through Telemedicine” by Dr. Ganapathy on 10 April 2020

2.      Panelist in the webinar on “How Telemedicine is being used on the Frontline of the Coronavirus Crisis” held on 10 April 2020 organised by eHealth Magazine

3.      Webinar given by Dr. Ganapathy on “Telemedicine Practice Guidelines & deployment of Telehealth in the management of COVID-19” held on 09 April 2020 organised by Medvarsity witnessing 315 attendees 

 

4.      Webinar given by Dr. Ganapathy on “Demystifying - Telemedicine Guidelines” held on 02 April 2020 organised by CHiME India witnessing 115 attendees 

 

5.      A YouTube presentation by Dr. Ganapathy on “Deployment of Telehealth in Management of COVID -19” on 19 March 2020

6.   Webinar by Dr. Ganapathy on “Demystifying Telemedicine Guidelines & Role of Telehealth in the Management of COVID 19 with Special Reference to Obstetricians and Gynecologists” on 17 April 2020  

 

"While We Wait for a Vaccine Against SARS-CoV-2, Why Not Think About Available Drugs?"

By Francisco J. Barrantes is now available at:
https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202004.0087/v1


Concepts in Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Approach to Outbreak Investigations

 

                                                                    

Protecting Yourself from Coronavirus SAWBOâ„¢ Scientific Animations Without Borders


Planned for including Materials: Ethical issues in covid 19 Pandemics by J.P. Beca


    COVID-19 Tracker

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