How do we tackle COVID-19 in PNG Health Services?
Preparation for COVID-19
The National Department of Health in partnership with the Australian Government, endorsed by WHO PNG, continue to deliver this essential online training on COVID-19 outbreak in Papua New Guinea.
This training is developed for all healthcare workers, students, volunteers and it contains practical resources and scenario training.
Register by online with this link https://cohelp.learnbook.com.au
You can access it from your smartphone, tablet or computer. You will have access to:
- Recorded lectures
- Interactive trainings
- Practical resources
- Discussion forums
- Weekly live Q&A’s with expert lecturers
- Certification on completion
Here is a quote from one of the graduates who completed the course last year;
“While doing CoHELP online, I learnt most of how to do online courses. I understand now the new normal of COVID-19, and the ways of infection controls and how to apply (them) in a clinical area. Receiving certificate was the biggest boost for current training in the clinic.”
If you need help attaining internet service, using the platform or if you are interested in being a local advocate for CoHELP contact us by emailing; email@example.com or any PHA representative. We can organize internet connections, IT and learning support or other resources you need.
Day and Time for Webinar
Live webinar discussions are run on Fridays at 2 pm PNG time.
You can join these webinars via this link every Friday.
If you have missed a seminar, you can access recorded versions on the platform at any time. Simply log onto:
https://cohelp.learnbook.com.au and click on the Seminar Tile.
Below is the topics for the first webinar series:
20th August | Introduction to COVID-19
27TH August | Infection Control Basics
3rd September | Infection Control Management
17th September | No Seminar
24th September | Clinical Management Basics
1st October | Pregnancy and Birthing
8th October | Emergency Department
15th October | Adapting Essential Services
22nd October | Clinical Management
29th October | Vaccination
5th November | Critical Care (ICU)
12TH November | Adapting Child Health
19th November | Theatre Management
26th November | Diagnostics and Testing
3rd December | Nursing Seminar & Graduates Announcement
The COVID-19 E-Learning Platform is brought to you by the Australian Government in partnership with Government of Papua New Guinea and Implemented by:
Source: This was a public news paper advertisement which appeared in the local newspapers on Friday, August 20, 2021