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farah_unsw

Communication with the WG team leads/chairs

Farah Irani commented:

Good afternoon, I wanted to ask about the current evidence and research about the numbers of ICU beds / 100000 that seem to be 'needed'/recommended based on what we know to date ...

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jesmin_70

Who are you and what do you want from this WG?

jesmin_70 commented:

I am a public health specialist working as Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Community Medicine, Bangladesh University of Health Sciences. I have done my Masters in Bioethics and Global Public Health ...

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sarauniyanaima

Who are you and what do you want from this WG?

Naima Nasir commented:

Hi, I am a pharmacist interested in public health and community engagement. I am interested in learning from and sharing experiences with other involved in community engagement research and practice, particularly using ...

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