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Health Care Professionals on the Covid-19.

April 28, 2020 AARUSHI JAIN 0 Comments




This is report on the webinar which was held on 28th April 2020, Tuesday from 09:30 p.m. onwards on health care professionals on the Covid-19. The webinar was organized by EMPOWER PEOPLE. They believe everyone should about upcoming modus vivendi and situations happening all around. The key speakers of webinar are:-

·         DR. Jeenam Shah(Pulmonologist)

·         Pooja Barve (Psychology Practitioner)

·         DR. Lalit Janjirala (Public Health Specialist)

·         Waqar Ahmed Surve (Senior Scientific Officer)

But unfortunately Waqar Ahmed Surve could not be with us due to some personal tragedy.

Health professionals study, diagnose, treat and prevent human illness, injury and other physical and mental impairments in accordance with the needs of the populations they serve. Some of the health professionals can be doctors, nurses, psychologists, pharmacist, social workers and soon which actually helps us to cure our problems. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment.

 As one of the speaker has suffered from the Covid-19 he got to suffer a lot so lay man has also suffered so much. As people were unaware about this so they were very scared and in earlier stage everyone was getting admitted to the hospitals. But the worry comes for people who are suffering from diseases and old age people due to low immunity. As the society making those people and their family what mistake they have committed and isolating from them makes them feels more loneliness. And the patient is more worried and stressed about this more than taking proper treatment.

Even as staffs are being so limited at this stage its being very hectic tasks to take care for all. Even nurses and doctors are going through these testing after a period of 7 days and nurses have to stay in quarantined even so that infection does not pass one either person. As this is new to them also so they are giving their best. So we need to praise and appreciate the efforts and the hard work they are doing.

This is time we need to show the courtesy, sympathy but does not make other person uncomfortable even. Even as doctors or health-care person they about this but layman should be told that this is the situation and you are tested positive so that need to be told face to face not telephonic because it creates the panic and anxiety for the person.

Here are physical strength matters but more over here mental health plays a crucial role. You need to keep your immunity strong as much as you can and willingness to get cure and recover soon. Health care professionals even tells us to take or see our hygiene care properly. Do proper measures which are being told by the government doctors. Like social distancing, wearing a mask, sanitize your hands and wear gloves and soon. So if we follow this it can make a change also.

This pandemic is a collective crisis and saving lives and reviving livelihoods are the priorities of the society. Firms across the board need to adopt more positions of sensitivity and responsibility as they aim to survive and revive in the “new normal”.

In the conclusion or crux I just wanted to say this is something uncertain and it has created a global pandemic so we need to take proper measures. And a line said by our speaker Pooja Barve and DR. Lalit Janjirala is that talking to people for 5 mins our important than those prescribed medicines. If we need to really solve the problem, we need to collaborate, create collectives and take solutions at the scale. We need to motivate ourselves even and others too.