Eight healthcare professionals from Azerbaijan participate at the KOICA Online Training on Capacity Building of Healthcare Professionals on Infectious Diseases using COVID-19 Test Kits

Eight healthcare professionals from Azerbaijan participate at the KOICA Online Training on “Capacity Building of Healthcare Professionals on Infectious Diseases using COVID-19 Test Kits”

Eight healthcare workers from different hospitals, medical institutions and facilities of the Republic of Azerbaijan participate at the online Training Program titled “Capacity Building of Healthcare Professionals on Infectious Diseases using COVID-19 Test Kits”, starting from July 14, 2020. The Training Program is being conducted by the Korea International Cooperation Agency, representative agency for development cooperation in Korea, jointly with the Yonsei University, a major education institution in the field of medicine in Korea.
The training is designed for health workers and leadership on the frontlines of the crisis to increase their capacity to respond rapidly and efficiently to the threat of COVID-19, while also protecting their own health. The program consists of eight specific modules including experiences of Korea in infection control, patient care system, specimen collection and transport, diagnostic test and treatment options for COVID-19, which will last for two weeks until July 27, 2020. Renowned professors from Yonsei University, in the field of infectious diseases will deeply touch upon the process of testing and treating for COVID-19. Prior to the training all participants were required to conduct pre-test in order to enable the evaluation and monitoring of the Training results. The applicants will be awarded with the “Certificate” upon the completion of the training.
The Country Director of the KOICA Azerbaijan Office Ms.Park Kumok stated that as COVID-19 does not recognize borders, we should show solidarity, unity and responsibility in order to fight against the coronavirus and prevent its spread in partner countries, including Azerbaijan. “I believe that the training program will contribute in reducing the risk of health-care workers in Azerbaijan and help to protect patient people from this virus,” she added.
South Korea was among the first countries to successfully flatten the COVID-19 curve. South Korea’s response to COVID-19 has earned plaudit from around the world. Korean’s effective measures against the virus is based on extensive testing, vigorous tracing and quick treatment of the patients. K-quarantine model would give lessons to the world to respond to COVID-19 Pandemic. 

 
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