Two COVID 19 webinars: State-of-the-Art Management; Facts and Myths
To Improve and maintain the health of the people, continuous education on the principles and practice of hygiene and environmental cleanliness is essential. Education is the most effective safeguard against physical and mental ill-health.”
Sri Sathya Sai Baba, 28 August 1976
We have witnessed an unprecedented global impact of COVID-19 on our health, well-being, economic conditions and social life. The Sri Sathya Sai International Organisation (SSSIO) healthcare professionals have been providing selfless service in caring for patients during this pandemic. Members of the SSSIO worldwide are facing these challenges with courage, calmness and strength.
The SSSIO held an informative and educative webinar for healthcare professionals on Saturday, April 11, 2020 with experts in various medical specialties: “State of the Art Management of COVID-19”.
On Sunday, April 12, 2020, the SSSIO held a webinar for the general public: “Facts and Myths on COVID-19: How to Serve Society during this Crisis”.
You can download the PDF versions of the presentations using the buttons below.
Or you can watch the videos of the presentations with Questions and Answers below.
The first video is the recording of the webinar for healthcare professionals: “State of the Art Management of COVID-19”
The second video is the recording of the webinar for the general public: “Facts and Myths on COVID-19: How to Serve Society during this Crisis”.
These webinars include valuable presentations and Questions and Answers sessions with useful information for all.
- While making reasonable efforts to ensure that all information presented during this webinar is accurate and up to date, Sri Sathya Sai International Organization (SSSIO) makes no representation or warranty of the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the information.
- The information provided in this webinar is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for medical advice. All medical information presented should be discussed with your healthcare professional, and in consultation with local, state, or country health regulations, or policies and procedures of your healthcare facility/system.
- The Presentations may not be redistributed, republished, displayed, posted, modified or transmitted without the express written consent of the SSSIO.