Accélération de l’offre de l’auto-prise en charge au temps de COVID-19 : Ce que cela signifie pour aujourd’hui et pour l’avenir.

Ce que cela signifie pour aujourd’hui et pour l’avenir.​ Cet article, co-écrit par des partenaires du PSI et de Jhpiego, explore la question importante de l’offre de l’auto-prise en charge dans le contexte de la pandémie COVID-19. (Lisez l’article en anglais.)

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    Monitoring COVID-19’s Effects on Family Planning: What Should We Measure?

    As health care systems are stretched to capacity dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are worried that delivery of essential health services—including family planning—is being severely compromised. On the supply side, we may be able to monitor availability of family counselors and contraceptives to meet needs. But what of the demand side? How can we monitor shifts in women’s family planning needs and preferences in light of the social and economic shocks they are facing due to the pandemic?

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      British Medical Journal COVID-19 Hub

      British Medical Journal’s (BMJ) COVID-19 hub supports health professionals and researchers with practical guidance, online CPD courses, as well as the latest news, comment, and research from BMJ. The content is free and updated daily.

      Source: British Medical Journal COVID-19 Hub

        Global Health Network COVID-19 Outbreak Knowledge Hub

        Implementing research within the COVID-19 pandemic is critical, both for understanding how to combat this disease, but also to learn for potential future outbreaks. The ability to undertake research should be equitable across the globe and we need to engage in all types of studies across all settings and care contexts.

        The aim of this hub is to ensure that research teams can find the support, tools, resources and guidance that they need to aid their studies during this rapidly evolving situation. Using shared and open protocols and tools can raise research standards and enable easier and better data sharing.

        Source: Global Health Network COVID-19 Outbreak Knowledge Hub

        Global Research on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

        WHO is gathering the latest international multilingual scientific findings and knowledge on COVID-19. The global literature cited in the WHO COVID-19 database is updated daily (Monday through Friday) from searches of bibliographic databases, hand searching, and the addition of other expert-referred scientific articles.

        This database represents a comprehensive multilingual source of current literature on the topic. While it may not be exhaustive, new research is added regularly.

        Source: Global Research on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)