COVID-19 response update for primary care – 30 June 2022

This webinar on 30 June is part of a series to update primary care on the COVID-19 response and the vaccine rollout. The panel will provide key updates and answer participants’ questions.

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Presenters

Professor Michael Kidd AM, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health

Dr Lucas de Toca, First Assistant Secretary, Department of Health

Live Captions are available for this webinar.

Resources and information

Monkeypox
Minister Butler opinion piece – No time for Complacency
AHPPC statement
Top 3 with Professor Alison McMillan PSM – vaccination for pregnant women
Influenza and COVID-19 vaccination provide important protection this winter
National Immunisation Program
Monkey pox information
Monkey pox – Look out for the signs
Top 3 with Dr Lucas de Toca – Winter preparedness
Monkeypox update for primary care – 23 May 2022
ASHM Monkeypox webinar – 25 May 2022
Australian STI Guidelines
Expanded ATAGI recommendations on winter COVID-19 booster doses for people at increased risk of severe COVID-19
Managing COVID-19 at home with assistance from your general practice
PPE and pulse oximeter order form
Oral treatments for COVID-19
Evusheld
ATAGI clinical guidance
Top 3 questions on influenza
People most at risk of influenza
Daily reportCOVID-19 Cases and deaths by age and sex
Epidemiology reportCoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemiology reports, Australia, 2020–2022
COVID-19 vaccines – information in other languages
Pulse oximeter fact sheet and order form
Stop the flu – 2022

 

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