PPE for infectious disease preparedness featured in research paper from 2016 relevant for response to COVID-19

Saturday, March 28, 2020

The current COVID-19 pandemic has been putting a strain on healthcare workers around the world. We often forget all the challenges that frontline healthcare professionals have to face, including the use of personal protective equipment. This paper from 2016 describes the evaluation during the ebola crisis, which has excellent recommendations for healthcare workers and managers around the world when dealing with COVID-19.

[Personal Protective Equipment for Infectious Disease Preparedness: A Human Factors Evaluation]

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