COVID-19 has changed the way we provide care for women. Across specialties and in different practice settings, providers and patients are adjusting to a new normal. How do we bring preventive services back into focus? What are the benefits and challenges of telehealth? How are social determinants playing out in this pandemic?
Join us for a free three-part series of conversations about COVID-19 and its impact on women’s healthcare. NPWH Board Member Shawana Moore, DNP, MSN, CRNP, WHNP-BC, and Director of Policy Susan Kendig, JD, WHNP-BC, FAANP will discuss changes in practice and policy and share resources for providers caring for women across the lifespan.

 Preventive Services Friday, June 26 11:30 am ET

When COVID-19 hit the US, clinics closed and emergency care became the priority. But preventative services are critical for keeping women healthy. Join us for a discussion about what has changed, how we can continue to provide preventive care and support women in accessing care they deserve, and the resources available to providers. Register here.

Telehealth Wednesday, July 15 6:00 pm ET

Telehealth has taken a huge leap forward out of necessity. Providers across the country are adjusting to virtual visits, but telehealth programs can look incredibly different state by state, practice by practice. In this webinar we’ll discuss different ways telehealth is being implemented, the benefits and challenges, and provide tips for must-watch situations in the rapidly changing policy landscape. Register here.

Social Determinants & Disparities Friday, August 7 6:00 pm ET

The COVID-19 pandemic provided a stark reality check regarding inequities and disparities in health outcomes. Understanding social and structural determinants of health is essential to working to eliminate health disparities in our communities. Join us as we discuss the impact of this pandemic on health equity. Register here.

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