Over the past year, WHO has hosted a series of webinars focusing on the three ‘Rs’ – recognition, research and rehabilitation to advance understanding of the post-COVID-19 condition.
On March 1, 2022 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. CET, WHO will host the next webinar focusing on neurology and mental health in post COVID-19 conditions.
As understanding of the post-COVID-19 condition has evolved, we have learned that some of the most common symptoms experienced can affect a person’s neurological and mental health.
This webinar will be presented in three sections. The first section will provide an overview of post-COVID-19 neurology and condition. Speakers will review the neurological manifestations of the post-COVID-19 condition, how to identify and manage “brain fog” and cognitive impairment, and discuss neurological treatment and rehabilitation options.
The following section will focus on mental health in the post-COVID-19 state and review the conditions individuals may experience and discuss management approaches.
The webinar will conclude by highlighting areas of research and what scientists are discovering regarding neurology and mental health care in the post-COVID-19 state.
- Doctors, nurses and healthcare workers treating patients with post-COVID-19 illness
- Researchers, policymakers, health care managers, nongovernmental organizations
- Patient advocates, post-COVID-19 support groups and the civil society community
When: March 1, 2022 1:30 p.m. Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
Topic: Expanding Our Understanding of the Post-COVID-19 State Web Series: Neurology and Mental Health
Register in advance for this webinar, please note that live translation will be available in English, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, French and Spanish.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar.