Resources and information on COVID-19

Here you can access to the videos, podcasts, slides and notes on COVID-19.

Frequently Asked Questions for “Clinical Updates in COVID-19” Webinar

Frequently Asked Questions for “Clinical Updates in COVID-19” Webinar

Jun 03, 2020

Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for “Clinical Updates in COVID-19” Webinar Organized by Institute for Clinical Research (ICR), National Institutes of Health (NIH) Malaysia.

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Mental Health Q&A In The Era Of COVID-19

Mental Health Q&A In The Era Of COVID-19

May 29, 2020

A short Q&A session with Dr. Ravivarma Rao Panirselvam, Psychiatrist on students' mental health and workers' mental health issues during the era of COVID-19. An add-on session after the Clinical Updates in COVID-19 webinar on 28th May 2020

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The Working Visit Of The Medical Experts From China To Malaysia

The Working Visit Of The Medical Experts From China To Malaysia

May 01, 2020

A medical consultant expert team sent by the Government of China to Malaysia for two weeks to exchange medical expertise in fighting COVID-19 war, from 18th April 2020 until 2nd May 2020.

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Webinar 06 - Experience sharing between medical experts from China and general practitioners (GP) and private hospitals doctors in Malaysia in managing COVID-19

Webinar 06 - Experience sharing between medical experts from China and general practitioners (GP) and private hospitals doctors in Malaysia in managing COVID-19

Apr 28, 2020

A medical expert team sent by the Government of China to Malaysia for two weeks to exchange medical expertise in fighting COVID-19 war, from 18th April 2020 until 2nd May 2020. 

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GP Webinar: Q&A

GP Webinar: Q&A

Apr 06, 2020

Discussion with Expert Panels 

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Webinar Session with General Practitioners on COVID-19

Webinar Session with General Practitioners on COVID-19

Apr 06, 2020

This session aim to provide General Practitioners with the current information and Infection Control Practice related to COVID-19 pandemic.

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