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Taskforce recommendations for remdesivir unchanged following detailed analysis of disease severity subgroups

18 December, 2020
The Taskforce has completed a comprehensive review to assess the credibility of disease severity subgroups used in its recommendations on remdesivir. This was initiated following the World Health Organisation (WHO) decision to make a conditional recommendation against the use of remdesivir in all hospitalised patients, regardless of disease severity (20 November 2020). This differs from the Taskforce conditional recommendation supporting use in...
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Weekly Communique # 36

17 December, 2020
Dear colleagues, It’s hard to fully comprehend a year like 2020. The pandemic has affected us all and no doubt its impact will continue and reverberate for some...
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Weekly Communique # 31

12 November, 2020
WEEK IN REVIEW IPC Panel EOI for paediatric and clinical engineering expertise The Taskforce is calling for Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified individuals with paediatric or clinical...
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Weekly Communique # 29

29 October, 2020
WEEK IN REVIEW Updates to the living guideline this week New recommendations Three new recommendations have been published covering: Triazavirin Other immunomodulatory agents (PIMS-TS) Aspirin and antithrombotic agents...
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COVERAGE: A/Prof Julian Elliott on Trump treatment

7 October, 2020
Our Executive Director, A/Prof Julian Elliott spoke with Liam Mannix from The Age and Sydney Morning Herald about President Trump's treatment for COVID-19.      
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Taskforce issues first recommendation for drug treatment for COVID-19

5 June, 2020
The National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce today gave a conditional recommendation for use of remdesivir in treatment of people with COVID-19. The Taskforce is comprised of 28 peak health...
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