BPA Activities in COVID 19

BPA made five major steps in COVID 19 Pandemic

 


1) BPA issued a letter to the Ministry of Health of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and subsequent ministry to serve voluntarily upon request in all stages of healthcare in this pandemic situation. Click here


2) In response to COVID 19 emergency, BPA launched an emergency telemedicine service for Chest physiotherapy and Cardio-respiratory fitness advice to the mass population of Bangladesh. 200 physiotherapy doctor’s emergency contact will also focus on serving the physiotherapy clients with chronic pain, paralysis, and seeking rehabilitation services at home. To browse the complete list of the Physiotherapy doctor’s, Click here

3) BPA made a Bangla Poster on "Disability Considerations for COVID-19" followed by WHO recommendations. The Poster has been published with the official permission of WHO Bangladesh Country office. Click here

4) BPA issued the latter to the civil surgeons at the district level to aid the telemedicine service. Click here

5) BPA launched research on COVID 19.        PLOS One            BPJ

6) BPA is arranging regular Facebook live programs regarding the prevention of COVID 19, exercise, lifestyle, chest physiotherapy, and disability issues. Click here

 

The full video link of Radio Today Live show on COVID-19 Click here

 

To read the newspaper reports on BPA activities in COVID 19 go to the link 

1) The Daily Kaler Kontho Click here

2) The Daily Naya Digonto Click here

3) The Daily Desh Rupantor Click here 

4) The Daily Sylhet Media Click here

5) The daily Prothom Alo Click here 

 

Latest Activities (July - August 2020) 

1) BPA arranged a webinar on Post-COVID Rehabilitation facilitated by the specialist from National Health Service (NHS) from the UK. 

A) Webinar recorded video link, click here

B) Daily newspaper link, click here

 

2) BPA arranged a webinar on "Cardiac Rehabilitation- Global and Bangladesh Perspectives" facilitated by the specialist from International Council for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital, and Research Institute, World Health Organization and National Health Services UK. 

A) Click here for webinar recorded video links 

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