Communicating Covid-19: Preparing clinicians to tackle challenging questions

The University of Melbourne is offering healthcare workers a free online course to obtain the core scientific, medical, ethical and legal knowledge to confidently address Covid-19 questions from patients, colleagues and the general public 

The open access course is designed for clinicians in primary care and hospital-based settings, though others such as pharmacists, nursing and allied health staff, aged care workers and disability care workers would also benefit, said organisers. The course aims to provide expert-informed answers to questions clinicians will face about Covid-19, while incorporating multidisciplinary thinking in a rapidly evolving situation, they said 

Consisting of eight tutorials, released progressively each Wednesday over the coming weeks (one has been released already), the course spans about eight to 10 hours of e-learning.  

For more, see: http://mdhs-study.unimelb.edu.au/short-courses/mms-short-courses/communicating-covid-19-preparing-clinicians-to-tackle-challenging-questions/fees-and-application#fees-and-application 

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