Webinars

CADTH COVID-19 Webinar – Does the Evidence Support the Hype? COVID-19 and Antiviral Treatments

DATE: 05/29/2020
12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. EDT (Webinar)

The magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic globally is generating considerable interest in options to prevent infection and minimize the impact if infection occurs. Pre-exposure prophylaxis and post-exposure treatment with a group of drugs called antivirals, sometimes in combination with an antibiotic, have been the subject of public debate and, at times, significant media reporting. Join us on Friday, May 29, 2020 for the evidence on two specific antiviral treatments that have been widely discussed — hydroxychloroquine (with or without the antibiotic azithromycin) and remdesivir. You’ll also learn about the clinical trials underway on the use of antivirals in preventing and treating COVID-19.

Speakers:
Dr. Gordon H. Guyatt
McMaster University
Dr. Tarry Ahuja
CADTH
Heather Logan
CADTH

To participate, please register (there is no cost). After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the webinar.

To register click here 

CNA Webinars

CNA has a variety of up to date webinars on topics of interest. Visit here to learn more.
To watch recordings of previous webinars, visit CNA’s Progress in Practice YouTube channel here

Cofee with Claire:
CNA is hearing from members that among all the emerging science and social media opinions circulating, there is a need for current, reliable evidence-based information on COVID-19.  CNA president Claire Betker hosts a series of conversations with experts and question-and-answer sessions with nurses across Canada.
To register for a Coffee with Claire webinar or watch a recording, click here 

CNPS Free Webinars

In support of healthcare efforts to contain the progression of COVID-19 across Canada, and acknowledging the crucial need for nursing resources, the CNPS has suspended webinars that are not of relevance to the current circumstances.

Please note that if you were registered for a previously scheduled webinar, your information will be retained and you will receive priority registration once the session is rescheduled.

If you have any questions, please email CNPS at webinar@cnps.ca

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