Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
Johns Hopkins University and Jhpiego
This course explored the topics of nursing in the COVID-19 pandemic, nursing and palliative care in low-resource environments, the consideration of patient, provider and systems issues in developing health systems, lessons learned in humanitarian settings, and social and cultural norms.
2 weeks, 2 hours per week
Patricia M. Davidson, PHD, MED, RN
Dean and Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins University
- Identify key characteristics of COVID-19 and their effect on vulnerable populations
- Evaluate approaches to strengthening health systems
- Reflect on the impact of public health crises in your context
- Describe the characteristics of effective healthcare interventions
- Discuss the applications of data analytics in decision-making
- Apply ethical frameworks to clinical practice in complex situations
- Reflect on the role of leadership in responding to public health crises
- Nursing in the COVID-19 pandemic
- Nursing and palliative care in a low-resource environment
- The importance of considering patient, provider and systems issues in developing robust health systems
- Lessons learned in humanitarian and crisis settings
- Addressing social and cultural norms and working towards recovery and adjustment
Issued on 14th May 2021
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