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COVID-19: Psychological First Aid in Africa

On Feb 8, 2021
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RT @PHE_uk: The UK PHRST have adapted our #COVID Psychological First Aid module for African countries. This course will be available in multiple languages, and is for anyone who wants to learn how to support their own and other’s #mental wellbeing. More: https://t.co/ioN3g0PoQG @LSHTM
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Explore how to provide Psychological First Aid in an African healthcare context with this free online first responder training course from Public Health England.

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On Feb 8, 2021
@LSHTM shared
RT @PHE_uk: The UK PHRST have adapted our #COVID Psychological First Aid module for African countries. This course will be available in multiple languages, and is for anyone who wants to learn how to support their own and other’s #mental wellbeing. More: https://t.co/ioN3g0PoQG @LSHTM
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COVID-19: Psychological First Aid in Africa

COVID-19: Psychological First Aid in Africa

Explore how to provide Psychological First Aid in an African healthcare context with this free online first responder training course from Public Health England.

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