ABOUT THIS SERIES
The COVID Corner series provided consistent and evidence-based content to help health care professionals navigate the rapidly evolving science and recommendations around the management of COVID-19. The series has now concluded. For other upcoming events, visit the CME&PD Course Calendar.
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COVID Corner: It’s a Wrap
- Recognize the role of healthcare professionals as care providers, leaders, and advocates in the face of extraordinary circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Reflect on personal, professional and system accomplishments and lessons learned
- Discuss opportunities to effect positive changes in preparing for next normal for health care
COVID Corner: Repeat Infection and Long COVID RisksLEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Summarize the current evidence around the impact of COVID Infections on the immune system.
- Recognize the scope of physical and psychosocial challenges and provide practical advice to manage long COVID.
- Identify support services and other resources in the community for long COVID patients.
COVID Corner: Balancing Individual and Societal Needs and Responsibilities
- Reflect on the balance between public health measures being lifted and protecting health and wellbeing
- Review vaccine updates, including information and evidence on bivalent vaccine and hybrid immunity
- Recognize the impact of social isolation on seniors in the community and in long term care settings
Don’t Trip in the Fall – COVID Community, Therapeutic, and Pediatric Updates
- Summarize current data from community monitoring, including wastewater data, new development with TARRANT Watch, and other provincial initiatives.
- Describe outpatient therapeutic options available for COVID-19.
- Review the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine evidence and provide practical advice on how to address vaccine hesitancy.
- Recognize the trends in emergency room data and respiratory health concerns in children as the school season begins.