Providing Healthcare In a Pandemic
Tuesdays, November 3 – December 15, 2020; 12:30 – 2:00pm
This webinar series provides current and future healthcare providers with information regarding COVID-19 and strategies to overcome the many challenges it presents to our communities.
Click here to register for the no-cost Providing Healthcare in a Pandemic Webinar Series.
Attend all six sessions and complete a quick electronic evaluation form here for all six sessions to receive a Certificate of Completion worth one hour of R-AHEC CEUs.
Tuesday, November 3rd – Trauma Informed Responses to the Dual Pandemics
Samantha P. Koury, LMSW – UB’s Institute on Trauma & Trauma Informed Care (both presenters)
Susan A. Green, LCSW
Tuesday, November 10th – Legal Issues Associated with Telehealth Services
Scott Carroll – Partner at Lippes, Mathias, Wexler & Friedman LLP
Tuesday, November 17th – How to Counsel Parents on Parenting During a Pandemic
Best practices for interacting with our children in the COVID-19 crisis
Kathy Sievering – Nationally Certified School Psychologist, recently retired
Kristi Moscato – Community Engagement Manager at the Parent Network of WNY
Linda Franke – Certified Practice Facilitator and Mindfulness Educator
Tuesday, December 1st – Outbreak Prevention in Long-Term Care Facilities
Greg Collins, DO – Wyoming County Health Department Commissioner & Medical Director (Skilled Nursing Facility)
Tuesday, December 8th – Treatment of COVID-19 and Other Infectious Diseases of Public Health Importance
An Overview of current treatments for COVID-19 and screening/treatment strategies for other communicable diseases including STIs, HIV and Hepatitis C during the pandemic.
David Dobrzynski, MD and Daniela DiMarco, MD, MPH – University of Rochester Department of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Tuesday, December 15th – Self-Care for First Responders and Healthcare Professionals
Catherine Cook-Cottone, PhD – University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education