Updated on August 31, 2021


Created on August 31, 2021

COVID-19 Tele-Education Series

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An educational tele-series that provides information on best practices for COVID-19 treatment. Courtesy of WHO Compendium 2021

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Product Description

The COVID-19 Tele-Education Series provides COVID-19 programming on clinical best practices, oxygen therapy, and health technology management.

The programming uses the Project ECHO model, an educational platform that uses videoconferencing (e.g. Zoom) to connect experts worldwide to clinicians and health-care workers at health facilities seeking additional training.

This product was selected for inclusion in WHO’s 2021 Compendium of Innovative Health Technologies for Low‐Resource Settings.

Distributors / Implementing Organizations

Manufacturing/Building Method


Intellectural Property Type

Open Source

User Provision Model

Assist International and partner institution websites; Youtube

Distributions to Date Status

Between 101 - 1,000, as of 2020

Design Specifications

To participate in the tele-education series, participants can register online to receive participation details. The live sessions comprise of: (i) A didactic lecture or video presentation from the lead academic partner; (ii) Demonstration videos and/or content quizzes; (iii) Live Q & A period. These sessions are interpreted live, and all recording/materials are shared afterward with participants and posted on the Assist International website, their academic partners’ websites, and YouTube. Participants can also access AI's networking groups via Whatsapp and/or Telegram to ask follow-up questions, share ideas, and crowdsource solutions.

Technical Support

Provided by designer

Replacement Components




Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters

Manufacturer specified performance targets include: ease of participation, scalable, tele-education program specific to oxygen therapy technology maintenance

Vetted Performance Status



No known safety hazards are related to this product

Complementary Technical Systems

Zoom or similar teleconferencing software

Academic Research and References

Hadler, R. A., Chawla, S., Stewart, B. T., McCunn, M. C., & Kushner, A. L., 2016, Anesthesia care capacity at health facilities in 22 low-and middle-income countries, World Journal of Surgery, 40(5), pp. 1025-1033.

Compliance with regulations


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