Dear HIFA colleagues,
Our thanks to HIFA Literature Search expert John Eyers who has run searches on Medline and Embase for papers relating to Essential Health Services and COVID-19:
30 papers were identified up to 23 November 2020 and their titles are shown below.
I note from these titles that only some of them relate to the impact of COVID-19 on essential health services. I suspect this reflects the challenge of running a search strategy on this topic that will be both sensitive and specific.
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1. Essential health services delivery in Zimbabwe during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives and recommendations.
2. Implementation of Early Detection Services for Cancer in India During COVID-19 Pandemic
3. Remote consultations in the era of COVID-19 pandemic: Preliminary experience in a regional Australian public acute mental health care setting.
4. The effects of coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic on the South African health system: A call to maintain essential health services.
5. Considerations for the otolaryngologist in the era of COVID-19: a review of the literature.
6. Considerations for the otolaryngologist in the era of COVID-19: a review of the literature
7. Essential health services delivery in Zimbabwe during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives and recommendations.
8. Leveraging Telemedicine for Chronic Disease Management in Low- and Middle-Income Countries During Covid-19.
9. Management of Canadian Pediatric Patients With Glomerular Diseases During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Recommendations From the Canadian Association of Pediatric Nephrologists COVID-19 Rapid Response Team.
10. Challenges in Delivering Optimal Healthcare to COVID-19 Patients: Focus on Delhi, India.
11. COVID-19: Technology-Supported Remote Assessment of Pediatric Asthma at Home.
12. Offer and use of oral health in primary care before and after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil.
13. Disruption of healthcare amid covid-19 pandemic in Bangladesh.
14. Low incidence of COVID-19 in the West African sub-region: mitigating healthcare delivery system or a matter of time?.
15. Emerging from the first COVID-19 wave: Archetyping the new NHS ophthalmic waiting room.
16. Telemedicine takes centre stage during COVID-19 pandemic.
17. Covid 19 and access to mental health care-Need of increased investment.
18. Assessing knowledge, attitude, practice, and preparedness of hospital pharmacists in Lebanon towards COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study.
19. The load and capacity model of healthcare delivery: considerations for the Searchcrisis management of the COVID-19 pandemic.
20. Impacts and challenges of United States medical students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
21. MIT COVID-19 Datathon: Data without boundaries.
22. Person-Centered Approach to the Diverse Mental Healthcare Needs During COVID 19
23. Healthcare access for migrant children in England during the COVID-19 pandemic.
24. Post COVID-19: Planning strategies to resume orthopaedic surgery -challenges and considerations.
25. Health care delivery for heart failure patients during the covid-19 pandemic; a consensus of the saudi heart failure working group (Saudi-hf).
26. Personal health of spine surgeons can impact perceptions, decision-making and healthcare delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic-a worldwide study.
27. Real-world data in COVID-19 pandemic: An essential unmet health-care need.
28. Evolving Healthcare Delivery in Neurology During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic.
29. Disruption of healthcare: Will the COVID pandemic worsen non-COVID outcomes and disease outbreaks?.
30. COVID-19 and balance in access to health care in Ethiopia.
Best wishes, Neil
Coordinator, WHO-HIFA Collaboration: HIFA project on Essential Health Services and COVID-19
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