Clinical Mitigation (Non-US Settings)
Clinical mitigation encompasses strategies to ensure adequate provision of care for mildly to moderately ill COVID-19 patients, and delivery of other non-COVID-19 essential health services during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Maintaining Essential Services : As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems globally are being overwhelmed. Healthcare services are being compromised in order to meet the demands of caring for COVID-19 patients. However, ensuring delivery of essential health services must be prioritized to prevent increases in morbidity and mortality. Additionally, lock-downs and fear of acquiring the virus may reduce healthcare utilization; mitigation strategies are needed to ensure safe and effective delivery of routine essential services.
- Operational Considerations for Immunization Services during COVID-19 in Non-US Settings Focusing on Low-Middle Income Countries
Maternal, Newborn, and Child Healthcare
- Operational Considerations for Maintaining Essential Services for Providing Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Care
- Operational Considerations for Maintaining Essential Services for Malaria in Low-Resource Countries During the COVID-19 Pandemic | PDFpdf icon
- Operational Considerations for Maintaining Essential Services and Providing Care and Treatment for those Living with HIV in Low-Resource non-US Settings During the COVID-19 Pandemic | PDFpdf icon