As the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised all
Americans to wear cloth masks in public to prevent the spread of
covid-19, The BMJ examines the evidence
The nutritional needs and approach to
nutritional care to Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients
This is a broad category
of supportive content concerning implementation of all-of-society
resilience, repurposing government, business continuity, and community
This category relates to the processes for contact tracing and quarantine of contacts. For contact tracing: training and operational guidance should be provided for the rapid investigation of suspected COVID-19 cases. Content should support local, regional, or national health authorities as considerations for investigating cases and contact tracing of COVID-19.
category is intended for content that supports clinicians taking care
of hospitalised adult and paediatric patients with severe acute
respiratory infection (SARI) when a nCoV infection is suspected.
This category concerns basic health measures that protect individuals and the public they may have contact with.
This category concerns
information on what facilities should be doing to be prepared to respond
to a case of an emerging respiratory virus such as the novel
coronavirus, how to identify a case once it occurs, and how to properly
implement IPC measures to ensure there is no further transmission to
health care workers or to other patients and others in the healthcare
This category addresses
content collected in support of a RCCE plan. Details of the planning
process can be found within the WHO.
This Ministry of Health COVID-19 Case Management Course has 8 modules. Each module has a knowledge assessment quiz and a self-efficacy quiz. Please make sure you complete the quizzes as a prerequisite for completion of the module/ course. The learner will be considered to have completed the course if their average passmark is 80%.
Be sure to ensure that you have updated material by downloading by selecting "download courses".
The Ministry of Health with the collaboration of partners developed this document to offer guidance for health managers at national and district level, as well as frontline health service providers in public, private and community level on how to continue or discontinue the implementation of selected key essential service during the COVID 19 outbreak.
Covid-19 Case Management Modules
This 2nd edition of the National Guidelines for the Management of COVID-19 has been developed to
reflect the evolving evidence on COVID-19 to meet the needs of front-line health care workers
caring for patients with COVID-19 to ensure quality care
Uganda health system resilience is being tested by this pandemic and to ensure that the country responds adequately and mitigates the impact of the pandemic, the MOH developed guidelines to address the increased demand on the health system generated by COVID-19 pandemic on delivery of essential health service while maintaining uninterrupted quality essential health service delivery.