The Link: COVID-19 Webinar Series


The ANU COVID-19 webinar series is an open access webinar series in which experts from Australia, NZ and other parts of the world cover a range of COVID-19 related topics such as immunisation, diagnosis, various presentations and complications including in children and pregnancy, and mental health impact and support. Topics such as consumer engagement, impact of COVID-19 on climate change and impact on Indigenous health are also covered.

The webinars are hosted/co-hosted by volunteer medical students.  


Learning Outcomes

  1. Gain a broad understanding of the evolving evidence and expert opinion around various COVID-19 related topics as the pandemic evolves
  2. Identify educational resources on COVID related topics
  3. Identify potential strategies to support COVID care in your practice.


Accreditation: Self-directed

Duration: Approximately 1 hour per webinar

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Australian National University
1h : 0m
MBA: 1h : 0m
Infectious Diseases
Medical Practitioner, Medical Student, Doctor-in-Training, Health Administrator, Non-Vocationally Registered, Nurse / Midwife, Paramedic, Psychologist, Researcher, Retired, Specialist - Other, Specialist General Practitioner
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