COVID-19 Clinical Forum

Helen Van Run
Event date 26 Oct '21 20:00 - 21:30
Event location Virtual Meeting

The COVID-19 pandemic, which began in late 2019, has been progressing globally and is now reaching unprecedented numbers. It has greatly impaired medical education among healthcare professionals at a time when this is particularly needed. Not only has travel to and attendance at medical conferences been significantly curtailed, but the clinical workload has also increased for many. While there is hope for at least a partial containment in many countries in the coming months, it may be long before life goes back to normal. Continued limitations on large gatherings as well as travel, will likely remain in place for some time.

During this time, infected patients will continue to need the best and most up-to-date care from their healthcare providers. The SARS-CoV 2 outbreak has also resulted in a continuous stream of new information on the virus and the disease that it causes, ranging from seminal and ground-breaking studies published in leading medical journals to pre-prints and press articles without any prior peer reviews. This continuous stream of information underscores a need for a program that would expertly review emerging data and distil the data into a concise and clear message.

The COVID-19 Clinical Forum is a series of online interactive meetings. This program will be frequently updated as new data emerges. The duration of each online (live) event is approximately 90 minutes. The livestream will take place on the following dates. Follow our interactive livestream and get the most up-to-date information from international experts.


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