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COVID-19: Training, Education and Research

This page provides BAD members with information on training, research and education relating to Covid-19.

CEBD Coronavirus Dermatology Resource

The CEBD Coronavirus Resource for Dermatology has been launched - a collection of guidelines, web resources and journal articles on coronavirus relevant to skin diseases and dermatology. This can be accessed here: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/cebd/resources/Coronavirus-resource/Coronavirushome.aspx

DHSC guidance on the impact of COVID-19 on research funded or supported by NIHR

Guidance on the impact of Covid-19 on research funded by the NIHR is available here: https://www.nihr.ac.uk/news/dhsc-issues-guidance-on-the-impact-on-covid-19-on-research-funded-or-supported-by-nihr/24469

HEE E-Learning for Health: Coronavirus programme

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) has created an e-learning programme in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic that is free to access, without logging in, for the entire UK health and care workforce, including those working in the NHS, the independent sector and social care. This can be found here: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/

Free to Access Content:

Wiley and National Institutes of Health (NIH) are making Covid-19 articles, from across various journals, easy and free to access.

Wiley: https://novel-coronavirus.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/
NIH: http://www.nih.gov/health-information/coronavirus

Information for Dermatology trainees and trainers

Covid-19 information for Dermatology trainees and trainers can be found here: /healthcare-professionals/covid-19/covid-19-training-education-research/covid-19-derm-training

In-Patient Medicine for Redeployed Doctors Essential Facts from Department of Dermatology, King’s College Hospital, London

This document from the Dermatology Department at King’s College Hospital draws on their experiences of redeployment during the COVID-19 pandemic. This document is aimed to support doctors who, at short notice, find themselves working in the unfamiliar territory of a general medical ward.

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