Webinars COVID-19

Our main COVID-19 page – constantly updated

Webinars

We list upcoming and recorded webinars here, organized by:

  • Topic
  • Organizer
  • Date
  • Abbreviated summary details (if you click on the registration link you find out more about presenters and topics covered)

Our educated guess is that recorded webinars will be made available freely in these challenging times with the same URL. They will be migrated to ‘Recorded Webinars’

Upcoming Webinars:


3/31 TUE Briefing: Serious Illness, Palliative Care, and the Impact of COVID-19 by the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)

watch the recorded webinar

Join CAPC as they provide an update to our previous briefing on what we are seeing, hearing, and learning about the impact of COVID-19 on patients with serious illness. The patient population of older adults with serious illness is at the highest risk from COVID-19, and palliative care teams have unique expertise and insights critical for our health systems during this crisis.

They also describe the tools, skills, and training health systems should deploy immediately to ensure appropriate symptom management and patient communication in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.


03/31/20 Telehealth & Virtual Visits Webinar hosted by NHPCO on

Tuesday, March 31
10-11 am HST
(4:00pm – 5:00pm EDT)

Join NHPCO for a live, interactive webinar on Telehealth & Virtual Visits. Telemedicine is taking a front and center role as the health care community battles COVID-19. During this session, we will talk about how Telehealth & Virtual Visits can be utilized by the hospice and palliative care community, discuss tips for a successful visit and have a Q&A session with some of our Telehealth experts. Please register here for the webinar session.


4/15 TUE HCCIntelligence™ COVID-19 Update

12 noon HST (4:00 pm CT)
Presented by HCCI in collaboration with the American Academy of Home Care Medicine. Click here to register. Space is limited so please sign up early.


COVID-19: The Simione Webinar Series (free)

APRIL 3 @ NOON to 1 PM EASTERN Part 3: Emergency Preparedness and Regulatory Update details on their website

APRIL 1 @ 2-3 PM EASTERN Part 2: Financial Operations & Remote Technology Resources details on their website

Recorded Webinars – most recent first

3/31 Briefing: Serious Illness, Palliative Care, and the Impact of COVID-19 by the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)

watch the recorded webinar

Join CAPC as they provide an update to our previous briefing on what we are seeing, hearing, and learning about the impact of COVID-19 on patients with serious illness. The patient population of older adults with serious illness is at the highest risk from COVID-19, and palliative care teams have unique expertise and insights critical for our health systems during this crisis. They describe the tools, skills, and training health systems should deploy immediately to ensure appropriate symptom management and patient communication in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

3/26 How to Develop and Manage Virtual Grief Support Groups
A Webinar by Hospice Foundation of America (HFA)
Recorded webinar
Grief support groups around the country have had to cancel their in person support groups due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These sudden and unpredictable changes in our daily lives have caused havoc everywhere. As we know, when someone is grieving, they are especially isolated.

3/26 The Impact of COVID-19 on Home-Based Primary Care Providers, Practices, and Patients – one-hour webinar by the Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI). Link to the recorded webinar.

3/25 NHPCO COVID-19 Executive Dialogue.
A complimentary webinar for the field by NHPCO.
Registration and details on their website. A link to the recorded program will be available on 03/26/20, according to NHPCO.

3/25 Hospice and End-of-Life Care in Nursing Homes During COVID-19 by the Hospice Foundation of America (HFA). For details please Archived webinar

3/21/ Telechaplaincy recorded webinar
The Chaplaincy Innovation Lab is joined by a team of chaplains and researchers to discuss practical tips for implementing telechaplaincy, as well as what growing research says about this significant method of spiritual care.

3/18 “Palliative Care and the Impact of COVID-19Listen to the recorded free webinar from CAPC with Dr. Diane Meier and Dr. Sean Morrison.


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