Real-Time Sharing, Learning, and Collaboration 

In partnership with Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes), a video tele-mentoring platform that spreads knowledge through real-time sharing, learning, and access to subject matter experts, the COVID-9 Best Practices in Nursing Homes initiative identifies and shares proven protocols and lessons learned that long-term care professionals can utilize in the preparedness, management, and treatment of the novel coronavirus. 
 
Through Project ECHO's innovative Zoom format, participants convene twice per month to learn about techniques to manage and lead during a crisis, ways to improve eldercare, and support each other through common knowledge and lived experiences. 
 
All sessions are FREE to nursing home providers, thanks to a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Upcoming Sessions:

Oct. 7: The Latest in COVID-19 Testing Methods & Availability

Drs. Al Power and Jonathan Evans, in addition to Eric Riguerra, RN, address and explain all things COVID testing, from the many types of tests available to best practices with regard to strategy and timing. In addition, they explore the new CMS rules and the benefits of early detection. In short, they will answer all your questions.


Previously Recorded Sessions

Sept. 23: Preparing for a Potential "Twindemic"

Sept. 9: Advance Care Planning Amid COVID-19

Leadership: What Matters Most in a Crisis

Dealing with Trauma and Grief

Preparing for a Potential Second Wave

Reopening Considerations, Plans & Processes

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Geriatrician, Author, and Educator, Al Power, MD, along with Jewish Home Family’s Director of Nursing, Eric Riguerra, RN, will lead other subject matter experts in presenting best practices and scenarios and offering feedback to participants around their own cases and questions. 


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