Tips and Tricks for Virtual Care in Pediatric Transplant - IPTA Allied Health and Nursing Professionals Webinar
1891.1 - Tips and Tricks for Virtual Care in Pediatric Transplant - IPTA Allied Health and Nursing Professionals Webinar
Presenter: , Ashley Graham, Julie Guillen, Lisa Remaley, Robin Deliva, Anna Galloway, Rosa Reed-Berendt, , Authors:
IPTA Allied Health and Nursing Professionals Webinar - Thursday, November 19, 2020 - 11:00AM EST (Montreal time)
Tips and Tricks for Virtual Care in Pediatric Transplant
The COVID -19 pandemic has been a time of rapid and unprecedented change in the provision of clinical care. Both health care professionals and the transplant families we provide care for have had to adjust to this change at a monumental pace.
This session is meant to highlight some of the adaptations made by various members of our transplant allied health and nursing professional community whose practice has traditionally relied upon in-person assessment and intervention.
The session will have presentations from the following professionals from across the globe:
Child Life Specialist
Develop a greater understanding of varying allied health and nursing clinical practice adaptations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Review the learned pros and cons of virtual practice and adaptations made
Discuss potential longer term practice changes that have evolved as a result of the pandemic
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