How do we tackle COVID-19 in PNG Health Services?
Be prepared for COVID-19
New online training on practical and important COVID-19 practices is now available in response to the outbreak in PNG.
This training is developed for all health care staff, students, volunteers, it contains practical resources and scenario training.
You can access it from your smartphone, tablets, or computer. You will have access to:
- Recorded lectures
- Interactive Trainings
- Practical Resources
- Discussion forums
- Weekly live Q&A’s with expert lecturers
- Certification as you complete training modules
To access the training all you have to do is register by clicking on the link below!
All the online content is published and available for you to work through at your own pace. You can work through with your own colleagues or on your own. We have completed one 14 week lecture series and due to the high demand for this course we will be rerunning this series in a new interactive format starting on the 18th of September.
If you need help in attaining internet service, using platform or you are interested in being a local advocate for CoHELP, contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or any PHA representative. We can organize internet connections, IT and learning support or other resources you need.
Our Next Webinar Times
Live webinar discussions are run at 2pm (Lae time) every Friday.
You can join these webinars by clicking on this link every Friday:
If this time does not suit you, you can access the recorded versions on the platform at any time. By logging in to https://cohelp.learnbook.com.au and clicking on the Seminar Title which looks like this:
Module Eight: Seminar |
Below is the schedule and topics for the webinar series:
18th September Introduction to COVID-19
25TH of September Infection Control Basics
2ND October Principles of Outbreak Control
9th October Infection Control Management
16th October Emergency Department
23rd October Clinical Management Basics
30th October Clinical Management Advances
6th November Pregnancy and Birthing
13th November Critical Care (ICU)
27th November Adapting Child Health
4th November Theatre Management
11th December Diagnostics and Testing
18th December Nursing during COVID-19
The Covid-19 E-Learning Plaform (CoHELP) is brought to you by the Australian Government in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea and implemented by :
- Papua New Guinea National Department of Health.
- World Health Organization (WHO) Representative Office for PNG.
- Burnet Institute
Declaimer: This information was the exact copy of the public information which appeared in the The National on Friday 18th, 2020.