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Weekly Epidemiological Record ; 95(23/24):257-264, 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-865212

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This article describes progress in achieving the goals of OpenWHO to transform, translate and transfer technical guidance for the COVID-19 emergency - the first pandemic since the platform was launched An analysis of the role of OpenWHO resources within the Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan for COVID-19, the number and use of translated resources and the platform reach by channel was used to determine the impact of OpenWHO's learning response to the COVID-19 emergency and make recommendations to further improve the platform's contribution to global health in a pandemic Current experience in using the OpenWHO platform for WHO's training response to the pandemic has proven that the platform is sufficiently robust to manage massive increases in traffic and that the basic infrastructure and model can be accessed in low bandwidth settings Translation into usable formats and languages has also ensured global dissemination and reach The recognition that public health training is a global public good has made it possible to offer the courses for free, ensuring greater equity of access to information to protect health and save lives

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Stud Health Technol Inform ; 272:304-305, 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-624810

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This poster presents the COVID-19 online learning response by the World Health Organization's (WHO) OpenWHO learning platform for health emergencies Platform use shifted during the pandemic from being the highest in the WHO African and Eastern Mediterranean regions to the American and European regions The largest traffic channels were search engines, social media and WHO websites

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Stud Health Technol Inform ; 272:284-287, 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-621775

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From 26 January - 21 April 2020, 9 online courses for COVID-19 were published on OpenWHO org The courses are available in 18 different languages, totalling 53 learning resources and more than 1 5 million course enrolments This paper analyses key trends in the growth of enrolments in these resources The number of enrolments increased significantly between 26 January and 21 April, with distinct spikes in growth preceded by important global milestones in the timeline of the outbreak The surge in users demonstrates that the platform is serving as a source of digitized learning for COVID-19, helping meet the broad demand for outbreak-related information

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