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Covid-19 HSE Clinical Guidance and Evidence

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Frameworks, Operational Pathways, Impact

Interim Clinical Guidance

| HSE Service Continuity in a COVID Environment - A Strategic Framework for Delivery (NCD19-017 / 03.07.20)
| HSE Operational Pathway of Care (CD19-006 / 19.03.2020)
| HSE Consensus advice regarding patients at risk of significant ill-health due to COVID-19 (CD19-004-001 / 08.03.21) 
| HSE advice in relation to school attendance and at risk groups (CD19-193-001 / 13.04.21) 
| The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the societal restrictions on health and wellbeing and on service capacity and delivery (CD19-205-001/10.02.21) (Download PDF)
| National Clinical Review on the Impact of COVID-19 Restrictions on Children and Guidance on Reopening of Schools and the Normalisation of Paediatric Healthcare Services in Ireland (NCD19-028 / 27.08.20) (Download PDF)
| Actions to address the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Children experiencing marginalisation and homelessness (NCD19-040/22.01.21) (Download PDF) 
| Interim Report on Impact of “Cocooning” Measures on Older People adopted March 2020 in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic (CD19-208 / 08.02.21) (Download PDF) 
| Impact of COVID-19 on HSE Mental Health Services (CD19-211 / 18.02.21) (Download PDF) 


Summaries of Evidence

| HSE Frameworks and Operational Pathways of Care: Summaries of Evidence
| At Risk Groups: Summaries of Evidence

HIQA Evidence Summaries

| Evidence summary for surgical outcomes in patients with COVID-19 (Link to HIQA)
| Evidence summary for the resumption of scheduled hospital care in the context of COVID-19 (Link to HIQA)
| Evidence summary for the effectiveness of pathways of hospital care after COVID-19 (Link to HIQA)

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