Update on research here as elsewhere: care, treatment, vaccines, etc.

Published on : 04/08/2020 – 11:09Modified : 04/08/2020 – 15:56 Faced with the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers around the world are mobilizing to produce more knowledge about this disease and the associated virus. What treatments are envisaged in the North as in the South? Where are the searches? What avenues for a potential vaccine? In our […]

Coronavirus: pulmonary involvement and resuscitation

Published on : 04/07/2020 – 10:18Modified : 04/07/2020 – 13:00 Patients hospitalized in intensive care after contracting Covid-19 have serious pulmonary complications that require oxygenation and even often, resuscitation and respiratory assistance. How does the coronavirus work in the lungs? Why are some patients more vulnerable to these lung damage? What is resuscitation? How do […]

Coronavirus in Africa – Health Priority

Published on : 04/06/2020 – 09:50Modified : 04/06/2020 – 12:04 Each week, we now devote a special program to the response to Covid-19 in sub-Saharan Africa. Raising awareness of the populations, strategies put in place to curb the spread of the pandemic, cooperation and mobilization of international health authorities… We also give a lot of […]

Coronavirus and dematerialized social ties: digital survival

Published on : 04/03/2020 – 10:11Modified : 04/03/2020 – 12:55 Communicating, working and learning in the age of the coronavirus: from leisure or professional digital, we went overnight to a “digital survival” mode… The presence in the homes of screens is further reinforced is now essential for maintain the link… How to continue learning and […]

Containment and family relationships – Health priority

Published on : 04/01/2020 – 11:06 The confinement imposed in certain countries creates a desired social distancing, but which also results in an upheaval of landmarks, a reorganization of everyday life and in some cases, can generate distress and suffering. Some researchers even believe that this situation of confinement could “cause post-traumatic stress syndromes”. If […]

Coronavirus: management of other pathologies

Published on : 03/31/2020 – 11:05Modified : 03/31/2020 – 12:04 Cancer, diabetes, dental care, neurology … How today in France are treated patients with chronic diseases or requiring urgent care, during a health crisis of unprecedented magnitude. How is the Covid-19 pandemic impacting other specialties? How to reorganize and prioritize, without endangering other patients? .

Research and coronavirus – Health priority

Published on : 03/30/2020 – 11:15Modified : 03/30/2020 – 12:44 The Covid-19 pandemic confronts the scientific world head-on with the challenge of emerging diseases and imposes absolute urgency on researchers, subjected to very intense media, political and societal pressure. Epidemiology, modeling, prevention, vaccine or treatment: where does research stand in the face of the Covid-19 […]

Psychic decompensation in crisis

Published on : 03/27/2020 – 10:15Modified : 03/27/2020 – 12:26 The current health and social situation facing the planet is reflected in the exceptional mobilization of healthcare personnel to deal with the risk of infection and its complications. However, we must also take into account the impact of this unprecedented event on mental health. How […]

Coronavirus: care of the elderly and disabled in confinement

Published on : 03/26/2020 – 10:00Modified : 03/26/2020 – 11:43 While trips have been reduced to a minimum in France for almost 10 days, visits to seniors who reside in accommodation establishments for dependent elderly people have been suspended since March 11, 2020 for a period indeterminate. .