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Hi everyone, I am a registered nurse in an ambulatory surgery center that is currently shut down. I have been looking to bring myself up to speed on the Coronavirus, management plans, safety for medical personnel, etc. I am wondering if anyone has done these or similar courses? Has your workplace provided you with recommendations on relevant courses to do? Are you aware of any central resource that lists courses for medical personnel? What is everyone doing training wise? Thank you for your time!
 

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Not sure if you've already seen this, but you can look here: cdc .gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/training.html
who .int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/training/online-training
ama-assn .org/delivering-care/public-health/medical-students-how-keep-learning-covid-19-volunteers
aacn .org/education/online-courses/covid-19-pulmonary-ards-and-ventilator-resources
Not a course, but reddit .com/r/COVID19/ is a good place for scientific papers and updates.

I haven't taken any of these courses myself.
Sorry about the weird formatting, as a new user I'm not allowed to post links.
 

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Fortunately, many laboratories offer a different tests for antibodies today. It helps determine whether a person is in an acute phase of the disease. Antibodies are produced 3-4 days after the onset of symptoms as a rule. However, the disease can occur even without them. Therefore I turned to the center of affordable effective healthcare last week. Btw, the tension of immunity decreases in the case of a disease and after vaccination over time. However, it is necessary to perform tests regularly to determine whether a person is a source of infections for others.
 
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