Health Watch USAsm  Continuing Education Course

Healthcare Worker Safety
Frontline Worker Safety in the Age of COVID-19
A Global Perspective
Sept. 14, 2022

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3.  After the video is completed you will be taken to a post-test page which you can complete and submit.
4.  After submission you will receive your credits by email within 7 days through Gardiner Consulting Group. 
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Course – Part I Morning 2:51:52  
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Course Timeline & Agenda
  • Kevin Kavanagh, MD, MS – 0:00:00 (5:28)  Introduction 
  • Matthias Maiwald, MD – 00:05:28  (8:50)  Update on Singapore
  • Zyad Al-Aly, MD – 00:14:18  (32:05)  An Overview of Long COVID
  • Imogen Mitchell, MBBS, PhD – 00:46:23  (22:46)  Australia’s experience of COVID-19 Workplace Safety
  • Lidia Morawska, PhD – 01:09:34  (29:19)  Airborne infection transmission & Impact on Frontline Workers
  • Nele Brusselears, MD, PhD – 01:38:53  (23:24)  Evaluation of science advice during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden
  • Laith Abu-Raddad, PhD – 02:02:17  (28:12) Immune protection of COVID-19 vaccination and natural infection 
  • Eike Steinmann, PhD – 01:30:29  (20:45) Transmission and Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2
  • Kevin T. Kavanagh, MD, MS -- 2:51:14 (00:38) Closing Remarks
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All information presented at this conference is the express opinion of the presenters, moderators and/or participants; and not necessarily that of Health Watch USA or our partnering organizations. Nothing in the presentations should be construed as medical advice. One should always consult your healthcare provider before making treatment and healthcare decisions.span>
Northeast Multistate DivisionANCC approval for moring session endournig program is for 3.0 Credit Hours.
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Northeast Multistate Division Education Unit, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation
   Title: Frontline Worker Safety in the Age of COVID-19 A Global Perspective Approved Contact Hour(s): 3.0 Program Approval Code #: 072-800-083022 Approved Expiration Date: 08/30/2024 

The Northeast Multistate Division (NEMSD) is a collaborative group of individual autonomous states (Vermont, and Hawaii) whose purpose is to enhance the power, strength, success, sustainability, and voice of its member states through the effective utilization of shared services and resources to champion quality health care and advance the profession of nursing.
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