In this weeks update we discuss some of the new findings regarding clotting and its treatment, the NHS releases a large database and how some schools are creating safer environments for reopening in the Netherlands and China.
You can also check out the first module of our education program to create a Return to Work plan for your business by clicking on the image below. This module covers the First Step on Government Rules and Regulations and introduces the remaining modules. If you’d like to discuss reopening your business, please contact us.
I recently had the chance to discuss the application of machine learning to prioritize wound care patients during the COVID-19 pandemic with Katie Bakewell of NLP Logix and Mary Sheridan, PhD of Healogics. You can watch the discussion here.
It’s been a busy week.
Last Friday Dr. Nick and I participated in a webinar for CAI and the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce giving them an update on COVID-19 and discussing issues to consider when going back to work. We had an excellent discussion and Q&A session.
Then we put up the first module for our Employer education series to create a plan to reopen called Safely Back to Work. You can take the first module free, which takes you through the First Step of creating a plan, introduces you to the concept of a COVID Coordinator and gives you insights into the remaining program. Please take a look and let us know your thoughts.
Then we did this week’s discussion on COVID-19, in which Dr. Nick talks about the gender differences seen with the disease and Remdesivir a drug that may show some promise in treatment, while I cover some of the State’s plans to reopen, including Florida and introduce a few things to think about when you are planning to bring your employees back to work.
Here’s this week’s discussion:
And here’s the webinar we did for CAI and the NC Chamber of Commerce:
Oh and one more thing, Dr. Nick set up a web page for all things COVID-19 here
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