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11-15 May 2020

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  HW101 - Lessons from Cyprus: "Primary Care in the Digital Age" during COVID-19 (English)

Date / theme:Tuesday 12 May - Primary care in the digital age
Time:10h00 until 24h45 (GMT+02:00) Athens (organisers' local time)
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Event type:  YouTube Video
Event format:Online only
Description:The University of Nicosia’s Primary Care Centre (UPCC) has been working on many fronts to address the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Nicosia and in all of Cyprus. This video describes the work of the UPCC along the European Public Health Association’s (EUPHA) European Public Health Week theme for Tuesday 12 May, 2020 of: “COVID-19 and Primary Care in the Digital Age,” including the UPCC’s cutting edge “COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool” as well as lessons learned, challenges, and training needs.
Hosting country:  Cyprus
Specific location(s):https://youtu.be/HkeSRdKB9dk
Language(s):English
Reach:European
Organisers:University of Nicosia Medical School's Primary Care Centre
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:Youtube: https://youtu.be/HkeSRdKB9dk
Contact email:cecilia.m@unic.ac.cy
Contact info:No registration needed, as this is a video that will be available on the University of Nicosia Medical School's YouTube site.
Social media:https://youtu.be/HkeSRdKB9dk and https://www.facebook.com/UNICprimarycarecentre/ and https://www.facebook.com/med.unic.ac.cy/ and https://www.instagram.com/uofnicosiamedicalschool/ and https://twitter.com/unic_med?langen

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