Join us for a free webinar series featuring timely topics such as reducing anxiety, ethics and stigma and health care policy in the time of COVID-19.
Reducing Anxiety in Yourself and Others
Noon-1 pm MT April 16
With the extra personal and global stress emerging due to COVID-19, stress levels and anxiety have escalated. If you are a health care worker or caregiver, you may have the extra burden of dealing with your own anxiety as well as those of the people you serve. This webinar will feature a discussion of stress management and coping skills. When you are handling this stress well, you will be better able to help others.
Recording Coming Soon
Ethics and Stigma in the time of COVID-19
11 am-noon MT April 23
This webinar will feature a discussion of health care ethics and stigma in the time of COVID-19. Topics include shortage of services, ageism, racism and the impact of this pandemic on vulnerable populations.
Health Care Policy and COVID-19
Noon-1 pm MT April 30
This webinar will be focused on state level policy but will also examine how national policy may impact Colorado. The COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of the discussion, but there will also be a general overview of policy initiatives that will impact the work of patient navigators and those who support patients in clinical and community settings related to health and access to care.
SAVE THE DATE! More Webinars Coming Your Way in May and June
The Reducing Barriers to Care webinar series started last fall will continue in May and June, with a focus on mental and behavioral health. Mark your calendar for every Wednesday at 1-2:30 PM MT starting May 6. Details and Registration
Brought to you by the Patient Navigator Training Collaborative and The Alliance of Colorado Community Health Workers, Patient Navigators and Promotores de Salud.