|COURSE||CPE CREDITS||CPE POLICY CATEGORY||PRICE||DURATION|
|WHO: COVID-19: Operational Planning Guidelines and COVID-19 Partners Platform to support country preparedness and response|
This 3-module course covers the mission and purpose of this program (incl. COVID-19 knowledge), country-level prepardness and response, and pillars of the public health response. By the end of this course, lead planners and relevant partners should be able to assess and fill in capability gaps to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.
|Category 1||Free||Online: 2 hours approx.|
|WHO: Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)This course provides information on what facilities should be doing to be prepared to respond to a case of an emerging respiratory virus such as the novel coronavirus, how to identify a case once it occurs, and how to properly implement IPC measures to ensure there is no further transmission to HCW or to other patients and others in the healthcare facility.||1||Category 1||Free||Online: 1 hour approx.|
|WHO: ePROTECT Respiratory Infections (EN)|
All personnel responding to outbreaks of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARIs) need to have the basic knowledge and skills to mount an effective response. They need to understand what ARIs are, how they are transmitted, how to assess the risk of infection and to understand basic hygiene measures to protect themselves. This learning package consists of 4 modules with videos and downloadable presentations.
|2||Category 6*||Free||Online: 45–90 mins. approx.|
|WHO: Clinical Care Severe Acute Respiratory Infection|
This course includes content on clinical management of patients with a severe acute respiratory infection. It is intended for clinicians who are working in intensive care units (ICUs) in low and middle-income countries and managing adult and pediatric patients with severe forms of acute respiratory infection (SARI), including severe pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), sepsis and septic shock. It is a hands-on practical guide to be used by health care professionals involved in clinical care management during outbreaks of influenza virus (seasonal) human infection due avian influenza virus (H5N1, H7N9), MERS-CoV, COVID-19 or other emerging respiratory viral epidemics.
|7||Category 6*||Free||Online: 10 hours approx.|
|WHO: Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: methods for detection, prevention, response and controlThis course provides a general introduction to emerging respiratory viruses, including novel coronaviruses. By the end of this course, you should be able to describe:- The nature of emerging respiratory viruses, how to detect and assess an outbreak, strategies for preventing and controlling outbreaks due to novel respiratory viruses;- What strategies should be used to communicate risk and engage communities to detect, prevent and respond to the emergence of a novel respiratory virus.||3||Category 6*||Free||Online: 3 hours approx.|
|Harvard Medical School: A Look at Operational Implications from COVID-19: March 25, 2020|
Experts in the areas of command center operations, operating room procedures and primary care discuss operations in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
|1||Category 1||Free||Online: 1 hour|
|Harvard Medical School: COVID-19 Impact on Infection Control, Preparedness and Cancer Patients: March 26, 2020As hospitals are facing care amidst an unprecedented crisis, experts in the areas of infection control, emergency preparedness and caring for cancer patients share their perspectives.||1||Category 1||Free||Online: 1 hour|
|Harvard Medical School: Coping with the Stress of Coronavirus: April 1, 2020In this video, Associate Professor in Psychology Luana Marques, PhD, discusses tips and strategies for managing stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic.||1||Category 6*||Free||Online: 1 hour|
|Red Cross: Psychological First Aid – Self-CareThis online course assists learners in developing a personal understanding of the effects of stress, loss, trauma and grief, with emphasis on self-care and personal protection. Learners will be introduced to the Red Cross Look, Listen, Link, Live model and will learn how to cope with the effects of various types of stress.||1.5||Category 6*||$15 + taxes||Online: 45 – 90 minutes|
|Red Cross: Psychological First Aid – Caring for Others|
This online course assists learners in developing a personal understanding of the effects of stress, loss, trauma and grief on others, with emphasis on self-care and personal protection. Learners will be introduced to the Red Cross Look, Listen, Link, Live model and will learn how to support others to cope with the effects of various types of stress.
|1.5||Category 6*||$15 + taxes||Online: 45 – 90 minutes|
* Category 6: Other educational activities (Maximum 20% content – maximum 7 credits – in three-year CPE cycle) This can include participation in educational activities on topics not related to the HIM domains of practice but are relevant to the professional position of the member.