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WHEMS COVID19 PSA
WHEMS Research Updates
On March 12th, 2021, medical students and WHEMS executive members, Thirushi Siriwardena and Tharani Anpalagan, presented a new project titled, “The use of telemedicine to provide maternity care during the COVID-19 pandemic” at the University of Toronto’s 2021 Health and Human Rights Research Poster Fair. It is an ongoing scoping review study on the implementation of telemedicine within obstetrical care during the COVID-19 pandemic. They would like to thank their supervisor, Dr. Rohan D’Souza, for his guidance and support, their librarian, Jessica Hanley, for her help with the search and screening, and their colleagues, Salwa Farooqi and Carleigh Clarke, for helping with protocol writing and screening. Finally, they would like to thank the rest of the Women’s Health Education Made Simple team for all their help and support throughout this project! Stay tuned for the final results of the study!
Take a look at our WHEMS Series
Pregnancy in a Pandemic
Pregnant or planning a pregnancy during the pandemic? Wondering what COVID-19 means for your and your baby?
In this series, we address the unique mental health needs of women, covering topics such as postpartum depression and pregnancy loss.
Periods and Bleeding
Whether you've just had your first period, or you need a refresher on menstruation, you've come to the right place.
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