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COVID-19 Two-Part Series: The Latest Research & Recommendations



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  • Run Time:
  • 6.00
  • Publisher:
  • Fitzgerald Health-Livestream - Eastern
  • Contact Hours:
  • 6.00
  • Rx Contact Hours:
  • 4.50
  • Edition:
  • 2
Passing included online posttest(s) is required to earn contact hours, if applicable.
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COVID-19 Two-Part Series: The Latest Research & Recommendations

 

This series of 2 seminars will present the latest information on transmission, clinical presentation testing and prevention; special population considerations; and long-term complications. Acute care expert and national speaker, Dr. Sophia Chu Rodgers joins Dr. Fitzgerald for a co-presentation on intervention in outpatient and acute care settings. This course is an updated version of the previous COVID-19 Series.

 

Important CE information: Livestream courses include CE and are sold as a package. An online posttest for each seminar will be available for one month after each individual session. Customers who purchase the package and miss a livestream seminar will be given access to the recording, as soon as it becomes available approximately 10 days after the livestream course, however contact hours will not be available for missed classes.

 

 

November 13: Part 1

3 Contact Hours (1.5 Rx)

Schedule: 8-11:30 AM EST (includes break)

COVID-19: Transmission, Clinical Presentation, Testing & Prevention

Presented by Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald

As we continue learning about COVID-19 further research validates our current approach or suggests a new prevention or treatment path. Dr. Fitzgerald presents up-to-date research and the current science on COVID-19.

 

COVID-19: Guidelines on Returning to Work Post COVID-19, Long-term Complications, Looking to the Future

Presented by Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald

Patients who had COVID-19 can have long-term health issues. Dr. Fitzgerald discusses what we can do to guide these patients and provide better outcomes.

 

 

November 20: Part 2

3 Contact Hours (3 Rx)

Schedule: 8-11:30 AM EST (includes break)

COVID-19: Special Considerations in Children, Younger Adults, Pregnant Women & Older Adults

Presented by Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald

Different patient populations have been shown to react to this disease in unique ways. Dr. Fitzgerald explores what we know now and what to do with that information.

 

COVID-19: Intervention in Outpatient and Acute Care Settings

Co-presented by Dr. Sophia Chu Rodgers & Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald

Our knowledge expands and evolves as the SARS Coronavirus-2 pandemic continues. Find out the latest recommendations for assessment, diagnosis and treatment in COVID-19, in both the outpatient and inpatient settings.