Each webinar to be one and a half day
Aug. 24– 25, Oct. 19 – 20, Dec. 2 – 3
Plus two clinical days to be scheduled
This course targets health care professionals who work with breastfeeding mothers, and offers necessary knowledge and skills for providing basic breastfeeding management and support. These skills focus on basic prenatal and postpartum counseling, and the management of common concerns and clinical problems.
The interactive training involves five days of didactic sessions, two days of clinical rotations and an independent study assignment. The clinical days will be scheduled to occur between the first two days and last 2 days of the program.
NOTE: Due to COVID pandemic, this event will be via live webinar only.
Scientific research shows that preventative measures such as hand washing and wearing cloth coverings over the nose and mouth are effective ways to protect ourselves, our loved ones and our communities by lowering risk of exposure to COVID-19.
That’s why yesterday, Governor Roy Cooper announced that coverings over their nose and mouth must be worn when people are in both indoor and outdoor public spaces. This step, in addition to encouraging people to stay six feet apart, wash hands, and stay home when ill, will help us
Webinar One (Live): COVID-19 Related Stress in Oral Health and Healthcare Professionals – Part 1
To support oral health professionals in North Carolina as they return to work, these six webinars will provide information on re-opening and operating in the mist of COVID-19. The series is designed to allow just-in-time input from participants and oral health leaders from across the state.
Objective: Apply best practices to resume practice post COVID-19
Target Audience: Oral Health and Healthcare Professionals
Fee: $10. No refunds. Substitutes encouraged.
Register now: https://www.wakeahec.org/courses-and-events/63646
View all events: https://www.wakeahec.org/cedentistrycourses.htm
The link to join the webinar will be sent to registered participants.
For more information, contact:
Toni Chatman, MHA
Associate Director, Oral & Allied Health Education
All AHECs across North Carolina are collaborating to offer these events statewide.
Times like these can really take a toll on your mental and emotional health. Staying aware and coping with your health is very important during stressful times. Be kind to your mind, here are some tips and resources to cope with stress during COVID-19.