Health Innovations – Transforming through Pandemics

The forum happened on Wednesday May 27th, 2020 11:30 - 13:00 CET online

First the IFRC Health department director, Emanuele Capobianco, talked about how pandemics have transformed organisations and the world throughout history. Then people were able to choose one of the smaller breakout rooms to discuss a theme more profoundly. People from all around the planet shared their innovative approached to COVID-19 health responses, while designers Alice, Anna, Stefanie & Mari Eline listened and illustrated the insights. 

(Illustrations, DesignIt)

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Health innovations: transforming through poandemic

From the plague to COVID, a brief history of pandemics

CBS in the COVID-19 Response

Early warning leads to early action, Red Cross Red Crescent
NYSS, a community-based surveillance platform

Innovation in COVID sampling

Magen David Adom in Israel

Psychological Support Service

Sharing Innovations from Hong Kong Red Cross

Stopp Corona App

The Austrian contact tracing app, a digital tool in the fight against COVID-19

Scuba against COVID

Compassionate use of scuba masks with positive pressure in patients with acute respiratory failure related to COVID-19 infection.

Transforming in the new normal

Healthy minds healthy me, Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross society

Wash innovations at the Kenya Red Cross

Wash your hand challenge, tippy tap challenge, and much more innovations from Kenya Red Cross

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