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Mental Health and Wellbeing during Covid 19

Covid 19 Resilience Hub Helping front line staff in the NHS and care services manage their mental health and wellbeing, whilst looking after others during the Covid-19 crisis. Created on behalf of Health Education England in partnership with NHS England-Improvement. Supported by Skills For Care, this Hub

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Covid 19- Free online course available

COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/covid-19-critical-care-education-resource Learn the principles and practice of critical care to treat and care for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to… Apply the current and evolving principles of personal protective equipment

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Free online books for Critical Care staff

To assist all health professionals working in critical care, M&K publishers have provided temporary free access to some of their books: Arterial blood analysis: making it easy by A MacLeod. 2016. Respiratory care: assessment and management by D Duncan. 2017. Ward based critical care for health professionals

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Covid 19 and Books

Access to our book stock will be restricted following guidance issued by the COVID-19 Guidance Cell of Public Health England’s National Infection Service on 27th March 2020. If you require a book from our shelves please check the catalogue and let us know what you require. Library

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Cancer and Covid19

Macmillan Cancer Support have created information to support cancer patients and their carers about a range of concerns about Covid19. Information includes symptoms of Coronavirus, home isolation and advice for family or carers about care within the home. https://www.macmillan.org.uk/coronavirus/cancer-and-coronavirus  

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Patient Information Guides on Covid19

Designed to assist staff working with patients, migrants and asylum seekers, Doctors of the World have created a set of patient guides about Coronavirus (Covid19) in 34 languages (which currently exceeds what they say on their logo!). The complete list of languages available is: English, Albanian, Amharic,

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