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PG3 How to plan for and manage a respiratory epidemic/pandemic

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom), P. Penttinen (Stockholm, Sweden)
Aims: Access educational materials here
To give the multidisciplinary team managing a respiratory epidemic or pandemic an educational update on the topic, tools for planning and management, and then enable them to participate in an escalating pandemic scenario to improve their skills and communication. To reflect on how plans can be individualised to participants’ countries, and how management may change depending on the organism and population involved. To explore lessons learnt from the current influenza epidemic.
Update on respiratory virus research and clinical care including influenza outbreak 2017-18, SARS, MERS and other respiratory pathogens
P. Fraaij (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
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Intensive care aspects of pandemic management including research
L. Derde (Utrecht, Netherlands)
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Preparing a pandemic plan for your hospital
P. Penttinen (Stockholm, Sweden)
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Communication skills when managing a pandemic
K. Longuère (Oxford (Oxfordshire), United Kingdom)
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Lunch

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How to research during an acute respiratory pandemic: incorporating patients into trial design and ethical aspects
N. Gobat (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
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Practical exercise: respiratory pandemic scenario  (ISARIC/ERS)
P. Fraaij (Rotterdam, Netherlands), L. Sigfrid (Brighton (East Sussex), United Kingdom), L. Derde (Utrecht, Netherlands), A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom), N. Gobat (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
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Constructive feedback and lessons learned from scenario
L. Sigfrid (Brighton (East Sussex), United Kingdom), N. Gobat (Cardiff, United Kingdom), A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom), P. Fraaij (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
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