In the Eleventh webinar Mekha Ann Mathew discusses “The primary care in England during Covid-19 pandemic and how it affected people with chronic conditions.” (follow this link) – the webinar addresses the methods that will be used in the study and will be updated with a newer one once the data access is sorted and results are achieved.

The Tenth webinar is from Claire Wilmington who gave a presentation at the (virtual) iHEA congress; you can watch it here

Oscar Brito Fernandes was invited to present the nursing home covid-19 preparedness study to the LTC Covid audience. LTCcovid is managed and funded by the International Long-term Care Policy Network (ILPN) and Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His presentation is the ninth webinar, follow this link to watch his presentation.

The research leading to this presentation is also published now (click the title to read): 

Brito Fernandes Ó, Lobo Julião P, Klazinga N, Kringos D, Marques N. COVID-19 Preparedness and Perceived Safety in Nursing Homes in Southern Portugal: A Cross-Sectional Survey-Based Study in the Initial Phases of the PandemicInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(15):7983. 

 

The complete webinar, held on 19th July 2021, reviewed the COVID-19 pandemic experiences of the Long-Term Care systems in France, Italy and Portugal, as well as an international overview from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and can be found here.

 

The eighth webinar is from the UK. Bernardo Meza Torres discussed which services can reduce lower extremity amputations among people with Type 2 diabetes affected by foot ulcers. Watch the recording here.

 

Our seventh webinar is from our fellow from Optimedis, Sophie Wang, on the Changes in Healthcare Utilization before and after COVID-19 containment interventions in Tuscany.

Watch the recording here!

 
On March 30th, 2021 a joint HealthPros & WHO Regional Office for Europe webinar took place, discussing COVID-19 dashboards. A team of researchers representing the Marie Currie Innovative Training Network—HealthPros—presented some of their earlier work on COVID-19 dashboards as well as a new joint study being developed by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and HealthPros on the development of COVID-19 dashboards in Europe in a presentation titled: Learning from COVID-19 dashboard developers: Webinar launching new study on the development of COVID-19 dashboards in the WHO European Region.This recoring is now available as the sixth webinar.

Watch the recording here!

 

Our fifth webinar is a joint workshop with 2019 and 2020 HOPE Exchange Programme participants on Friday, February 26th, 2021, organized by the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE) and HealthPros titled: "Beyond hospital data". Topics of COVID-related data integration between hospitals and other health care organisations were discussed with 40 participants present at the webinar. Below you can find the recording. If you have any questions, comments and/or ideas, do get in touch!

Watch the recording here! 

 

Our fourth webinar is from our fellow Nicolas Larrain, who uses Social Network Analysis to assess the evolution of physician cooperation in the 'Gesundes Kinzigtal' integrated healthcare network. He presented his work at 2020 Sunbelt virtual conference on July 16th, 2020.

Watch his lecture here! 

 

The third webinar is also from Canada; as part of the North American Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (NAO) Lecture Series Erica Barbazza presented "To What Extent is EMR Data Used for Performance Measurement in Canada?", April 28, 2020, Toronto, Canada.

Watch her lecture here!

 

The second webinar is online!

As part of the North American Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (NAO) Lecture Series Damir Ivankovic & Mircha Poldrugovac presented “Optimizing Performance Intelligence in Health Systems: Insights from Hospital and Long-Term Care Sectors”, December 2019, Toronto, Canada.

Watch their lecture here!

 

Our first Webinar is from our fellow Pinar Kara from Denmark, who gives an introduction on Composite indicators to assess quality of healthcare:

Watch her lecture here!