Two journalists, an arts community advocate, a development communicator,an education innovator, and a producer-writerof hit television shows are this year’s six outstanding alumni of the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication (UPCMC) who will receive the coveted Glory award.
COVID-19 poses a danger not just to a person’s lungs but to the intestinal tract as well. The UP webinar series “STOP COVID DEATHS: VIRTUAL GRAND ROUNDS” will focus on one such case this Friday, Sept. 11, at 12:00 n.n.
Bago ang pagbubukas ng klase ngayong linggo, ating balikan ang mensahe ni Pangulong Danilo L. Concepcion para sa ating mga nagsipagtapos na Iskolar ng Bayan ngayong taon.
The UP-PhilHealth “STOP COVID DEATHS“ webinar series takes participants on the very first online virtual grand rounds, focusing on “The Doctor as Patient: The Journey of Dr. Rody Sy”.
For the last twenty-five years, the University of the Philippines Mindanao has made it its mission to mold learners into leaders. And every year, it is with great pride that we send off our graduates in their sablay during the commencement exercises so they can find their place in the world guided by “Honor and Excellence.”
Anesthesiologists are among the medical workers who serve at the frontlines in the battle against the viral pandemic. As such, they face health risks due to their exposure and close proximity to COVID-19-positive patients in enclosed spaces. How then can these medical frontliners keep themselves safe while taking care of their patients? Find out in the upcoming webinar in the UP “STOP COVID DEATHS” series on July 10, 12nn.
For many patients who survive severe COVID-19, rehabilitation is the next stage of the fight. The next installment in the UP “STOP COVID DEATHS” webinar series will focus on the needs of patients recovering from severe COVID-19, with Dr. Celso F. Bate of The Medical City and VRP Medical Center as speaker.
The University of the Philippines (UP) Mindanao will help set up another COVID-19 testing facility in Davao de Oro Province, signing a memorandum of agreement with the Provincial Government and the Department of Science and Technology Region XI last 22 June 2020 at the Provincial Capitol in Nabunturan, Davao de Oro.
Its effects on health, labor and the economy aside, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all, especially our mental, emotional and psychological health. So how do we manage the effects of COVID-19 on our lives? The UP Baguio Cordillera Studies Center is holding a free livestream on “Katatagan at Pagbangon sa Panahon ng Pandemya,” with Prof. Rozel Balmores of the UPB Dept. of Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology as speaker, on June 26, Friday, 10:00 a.m.
There are many ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic may negatively affect the health, wellbeing, and development of children, from the disease triggering a potentially life-threatening multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children to managing the detection and treatment of COVID-19 in children. The 10th installment of the UP “STOP COVID DEATHS: Clinical Management Updates” series, slated this Friday, June 26, at 12:00 nn, will focus on the impact of the viral disease on children.