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This short course aims to support anyone who has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is designed to enhance basic psychosocial skills in participants, enabling them to take care of themselves and then be in a position to support and look after others.
The course focuses particularly on nurses, as they comprise the largest cadre of healthcare staff in the region. However, it is also relevant for all regional healthcare workers, as well as anyone on the frontline of COVID-19 management. These workers might include first responders, essential staff (supplying food for example), and people working in volunteer organisations, among many others.
The course comprises a series of modules which address specific aspects of the program. It is conducted online and is designed to maximise participant interaction. Videos, quizzes, online activities and a participants’ locations map are included in the content, along with real-life case examples.
This short course will provide participants with the opportunity to increase their understanding and competence in providing psychosocial support in their work and life.
By the end of the short course you will have:
This short course is suitable for, but not limited to:
- Any worker performing critical roles during the COVID-19 pandemic, including nurses, front line workers, first responders and more
- Those people responsible for keeping systems and services functioning during the pandemic.
Michele has extensive experience as a director and project lead in developing country contexts. Her experience extends to supporting partners in developing countries with research projects, human resources for health, education and regulation and ensuring data collection methods are ethical and appropriate.
Michele is part of an extensive network of health professionals throughout the Pacific Region and globally.
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