With the Philippines a hotspot for disasters and the worsening effects of climate change, how can the country’s health sector protect its facilities and frontline workers, especially during a global pandemic? Find out in this week’s episode of UP’s “Stop C.O.V.I.D. Deaths” webinar series, Friday, July 29, 12:00 noon.
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Given the ever-pressing demand for skilled healthcare professionals, how does UP tackle the challenge of teaching medicine, nursing, and dentistry students in the “new normal”? Find out in this week’s UP “Stop C.O.V.I.D. Deaths” webinar on Friday, July 22, 12:00 noon.
COVID-19 cases are again rising, and senior citizens, the immunocompromised, and children under six are still the most vulnerable. What is the course of COVID in children below age six? Find out this Friday, July 15, 12:00 noon, in this week’s episode of UP’s “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar series.
Almost 70% of Filipinos have gotten their primary COVID vaccines, but not even half have gotten their first and second booster shots. How do we encourage more people to get booster shots? Do we need boosters in the first place? Find out this Friday, at 12:00 noon, in this week’s UP “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar.
What exactly is the Delta variant, and what should every frontliner know about this highly contagious version of SARS-CoV-2? These questions and more will be answered in an upcoming UP webinar on Friday, 16 July, 12:00 noon.
The 51st UP “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar will take on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Philippine healthcare system. The webinar will be held on Friday, May 7, at 12:00 noon.
Updates on the COVID-19 vaccination will be the focus of a UP “STOP COVID DEATHS” webinar on December 11, Friday at 12:00 noon.
For his contributions to the university, former UP President Alfredo E. Pascual was conferred an honorary degree during UP Manila’s first ever virtual commencement exercises.
As the national university, the University of the Philippines is mandated to take the lead in the nation’s quest for true, equitable and sustainable development by harnessing the expertise of its academic and scientific community to address the nation’s most pressing problems, one of which is the COVID-19 outbreak.