C&C: Long Term Care - October 30
Grab your favorite morning beverage, turn on your camera and come have an open, candid hour-long conversation about how COVID-19 is impacting you, your work, and anything and everything in between. This Converse and Convene: COVID-19 will focus on questions surrounding Long Term Care. Questions to be addressed:
- Are infection preventionists and ID specialists currently involved with local nursing homes to help provide expertise?
- How can nursing homes deal with staff turnover and staff working at multiple facilities?
- What types of solutions do people have to prevent staff from gathering in break rooms and eating lunch together?
- How are space issues being dealt with when cases of COVID-19 are identified?
- What type of testing is being used, and how often are residents and staff being screened?
Moderators: Jennifer Hanrahan, DO, MSC, University of Toledo; Ghinwa Dumyati, MD, University of Rochester; Nimalie Stone, MD, MS, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This event is open to SHEA members only at this time.
- House Keeping Review
- Moderator Overview of Topic
- Break Out Discussions
- Recap and Farewell
Jennifer Hanrahan, DO, MSC
University of Toledo
Ghinwa Dumyati, MD
University of Rochester
Nimalie Stone, MD, MS
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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