Project Firstline Presents: PPE Basics

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Speaker: Travis Bass, MA, VDH HAI/AR Health educator
Join us in an educational session where participants will view a livestream of PFL training content and discuss topics within a watch party group. Session 3 includes

Session 2 includes: What is PPE?
Why is eye protection recommended for COVID-19?
Why are gloves recommended for COVID-19?
Why are gowns recommended for COVID-19?

Audience: Anyone can attend Project Firstline training sessions to build their infection prevention and control (IPC) practice. These basic training sessions can empower all staff including activities teams, environmental services, dietary services, aides, nurses, etc!

Are you looking for easy to use training resources for your staff? Check out this training and gain comfort in using Project Firstline materials in your own facility.

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Project Firstline Presents: Injection Safety

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Speaker: Travis Bass, MA, VDH HAI/AR Health educator
Join us in an educational session where participants will view a livestream of PFL training content and discuss topics within a watch party group.

Session 2 includes: How do I safely use a multi-dose vaccine vial? Part One & part two

Audience: Anyone can attend Project Firstline training sessions to build their infection prevention and control (IPC) practice. These basic training sessions can empower all staff including activities teams, environmental services, dietary services, aides, nurses, etc!

Are you looking for easy to use training resources for your staff? Check out this training and gain comfort in using Project Firstline materials in your own facility.

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Virtual Community Based Emergency Response Seminar (CBERS)

The Virginia Department of Health Office of Emergency Preparedness partnered with the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Development Services and Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association to conduct a virtual Community Based Emergency Response Seminar (CBERS) in April 2022. This year’s topic will be Mental Health Wellness and the Rippling Effects of COVID-19. Please join us as we discuss the different mental health issues that can affect us as we tackle responding to and caring for others during this pandemic. Participants will learn about the various types of stress caused by providing care to others during COVID, the difference between burnout and compassion fatigue, self-care, and coping strategies.

 

Target Audience: General Public Workers, Healthcare Workers, Emergency Management Workers, Disaster Shelter Workers, EMS/Fire Workers, Law Enforcement, Local Health Districts, VDH Staff, Clergy, Educators, Volunteers, Contractors, Retail Workers, and anyone working during COVID-19 who feels they have been affected by the pandemic.

A webinar connection link will be sent before those who register for this live webinar. For more information, see: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-preparedness/cbers-2022-mental-health-the-rippling-effects-of-covid-19

Virtual Community Based Emergency Response Seminar (CBERS)

The Virginia Department of Health Office of Emergency Preparedness partnered with the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Development Services and Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association to conduct a virtual Community Based Emergency Response Seminar (CBERS) in April 2022. This year’s topic will be Mental Health Wellness and the Rippling Effects of COVID-19. Please join us as we discuss the different mental health issues that can affect us as we tackle responding to and caring for others during this pandemic. Participants will learn about the various types of stress caused by providing care to others during COVID, the difference between burnout and compassion fatigue, self-care, and coping strategies.

 

Target Audience: General Public Workers, Healthcare Workers, Emergency Management Workers, Disaster Shelter Workers, EMS/Fire Workers, Law Enforcement, Local Health Districts, VDH Staff, Clergy, Educators, Volunteers, Contractors, Retail Workers, and anyone working during COVID-19 who feels they have been affected by the pandemic.

A webinar connection link will be sent before those who register for this live webinar. For more information, see: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-preparedness/cbers-2022-mental-health-the-rippling-effects-of-covid-19

Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee

The committee will meet in open session to discuss a request to amend the EUA of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA vaccine for administration to children 6 months through 4 years of age.

CLICK HERE TO JOIN

Should this vaccine be authorized and recommended, and you are interested in ordering it, please reach out to your health district today.

COCA Call – What Clinicians Need to Know About Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a rare but severe condition associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection. CDC has been actively involved in MIS-C surveillance and research, and development of MIS-C resources to support the public health and healthcare community. During this COCA Call, presenters will discuss CDC’s surveillance of MIS-C, updated MIS-C resources for healthcare providers, research that informed those resources, and data related to COVID-19 vaccination and MIS-C.

Link: Weblink Access

Webinar ID: 160 617 0121

Passcode: 731625

Telephone: 1-669-254-5252

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY FOR COVID-19

The Virginia Department of Health is pleased to provide COVID-19 updates to the Eastern Shore Rural Health System. Now that the Delta surge is increasing the rate of COVID-19 cases in Virginia and the U.S., it is more clear than ever that the pandemic is not over and new challenges continue to emerge.

Meet Your Speakers:

NANCY PERILSTEIN
Senior Manager/Project Delivery Lead
Deloitte Consulting LLP

BROOKE ROSSHEIM, MD, MPH
Public Health Physician Specialist
Virginia Department of Health

TOPICS:
  • Update on Monoclonal Antibody (mAb) therapy for outpatients with mild to moderate COVID-19
  • Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for REGEN-COV for post-exposure prophylaxis
  • Clinical experience in the use of mAb therapy
  • Reimbursement
  • Q & A

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY FOR COVID-19

The Virginia Department of Health is pleased to provide COVID-19 updates to the Eastern Shore Rural Health System. Now that the Delta surge is increasing the rate of COVID-19 cases in Virginia and the U.S., it is more clear than ever that the pandemic is not over and new challenges continue to emerge.

Meet Your Speakers:

NANCY PERILSTEIN
Senior Manager/Project Delivery Lead
Deloitte Consulting LLP

BROOKE ROSSHEIM, MD, MPH
Public Health Physician Specialist
Virginia Department of Health

TOPICS:
  • Update on Monoclonal Antibody (mAb) therapy for outpatients with mild to moderate COVID-19
  • Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for REGEN-COV for post-exposure prophylaxis
  • Clinical experience in the use of mAb therapy
  • Reimbursement
  • Q & A

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY FOR COVID-19

The Virginia Department of Health is pleased to provide COVID-19 updates to the Eastern Shore Rural Health System. Now that the Delta surge is increasing the rate of COVID-19 cases in Virginia and the U.S., it is more clear than ever that the pandemic is not over and new challenges continue to emerge.

Meet Your Speakers:

NANCY PERILSTEIN
Senior Manager/Project Delivery Lead
Deloitte Consulting LLP

BROOKE ROSSHEIM, MD, MPH
Public Health Physician Specialist
Virginia Department of Health

TOPICS:
  • Update on Monoclonal Antibody (mAb) therapy for outpatients with mild to moderate COVID-19
  • Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for REGEN-COV for post-exposure prophylaxis
  • Clinical experience in the use of mAb therapy
  • Reimbursement
  • Q & A

COVID Update for Healthcare Providers webinar

Join the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) for a COVID Update for Healthcare Providers. Please share details of this webinar with members of your professional organizations. This webinar is open to all healthcare professionals and all healthcare staff.

Call Information:

Dial In: +1-408-418-9388

Password: 2634 997 4683#

Webinar Link: Click Here to Join

Moderator:

Chris Ghaemmaghami, MD

Physician Specialist, VDH COVID-19 Response

Professor of Emergency and Internal Medicine, University of Virginia Health

Meet Your Speakers:

Danny TK Avula, MD, MPH
Virginia Vaccination Coordinator
Director | Richmond and Henrico Health Districts

Erin Brickley, DO, FAAP
General Pediatrician at MountainView Pediatrics
Immunization Chair for the VA-AAP Chapter

Alexis Page, PharmD, BCACP
COVID-19 Pharmacy Coordinator
Office of Epidemiology, Virginia Department of Health

Please mark your calendars for this important event. Continue to check here for additional opportunities that will be made available and listed under Events. This webinar will be recorded, and the recording will be available on the Virginia Department of Health Healthcare Professionals webpage. If you have questions about upcoming trainings or educational opportunities, please email them to eprtraining@vdh.virginia.gov.