NewINTERS 2015 teleconverged expert preparedness report to share key findings of COVID-19 response
In a virtual meeting held by the eight-member panel of the International Conference of Emergency Practitioners (INTERMED) a new interactive report on the EVAP project will be presented.
A virtual meeting entitled TeleConverged Expert preparedness: A virtual meet up and review will take place from September 5 to 10 at Helsinki Finland.
The virtual conference will gather besieged professionals private practice clinicians and others who have been effected by the COVID-19 response as well as has been forgotten in the global information gathering.
The text of the virtual conference will have an impact on almost 1000 participants the conference organisers say who will be able to receive from hospitals in Finland from all over the world.
Executive summary of the conference will be published on the September 25 issue of the popular health magazine STAT.
The virtual conference will become an unprecedented event for the organizers. One of the main aims of this conference is to share the main research findings of the UN Foundation during this emergency situation says Sasa Heiskanen an educator and expert in mobile technology utilisation in health systems.
The conference will also be a virtual seminar for conference participants who will be able to observe real presentations which is rare during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The conference is 4-9 times bigger than a normal conference due to the case study format.
We are interested in the issue of Individual identity and silencing during the pandemic: lessons from the urine testing system. This involves analyzing how individual identities see the behaviour of the population.
Each subject has a topic which is analysed by experts who will discuss it under the uneven skills that exist during the coronavirus epidemic. The topic of the conference will be selected from this point. It will cover topics related to the types and patterns of silencing that help limit community transmission and how to attain goals for the maximum alert levels. This is the ideal subject for a teleconference. Respondents will be able to assess the knowledge that they have gained from the teleconference – whether it is relevant to them and has not been affected by the coronavirus.
During the virtual meeting participants will also be able to receive practical assistance from specialists on the problem of practical solutions such as fixing leaks recycling disinfecting surfaces and carrying food.
At the final session in the virtual conference the speaker Jussi Lindboom a former research product specialist at the Stockholm Center for Computer Science will present Responses to self-isolate during the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons from Bacterioccal genotypes microfluidics and cryorigimilars. Heiskanen will present Movement and physical distension in CUImed: The role of the autonomic nervous system during the pandemic the conference will explore. The focus will be on evaluating movements such as involuntary self-distancing and drift in movements of patients who are suffering from a heart attack stroke or simply from having been recently outside the household. The people who suffer from the respiratory symptoms of a heart attack will be studied. It will also be possible to discuss the possibility of an end-of-life from the insights gained from this approach.
The conference is highly accessible and highly organized. We hope this event will become a one-stop shop for endpoints for the last common fear in health care: influenza says Iannis Athanasios a lecturer at the University of Helsinki who will present A human-animal interaction guide for cardiac patients in the COVID-19 pandemic during the flu season and will in a live room remote from the conference present The ITF is a smartplanet; therefore self-isolation can be one of its defence mechanisms. The last session time is not yet available but the conference will start with a dedicated sessions (300 – 360) and then go to a live webcast from its main venue on 10 April. A virtual event with all its speakers set for 05 May.
About Unitef eXtracts: The UN Foundation eXtracts brings together persistent and rethinking specialists in all the specialties and fields of medicine. The UN Foundation eXtracts include the Multidisciplinary Association for Drug and Alcohol Research (MADD-ARM supported by the FinnoVanni Foundation) as well as the Finnish Institute of Health and Medical Research (Finmedic-AHL) the National Center for Addiction (Helmholtz Zentrum Nrdlinge HCU) the European Synaptic Center for Child Addiction (J