How Hospice Inpatient Units are Preparing and Responding to the Threat of COVID-19: A Community Conversation

How Hospice Inpatient Units are Preparing and Responding to the Threat of COVID-19: A Community Conversation

Friday, March 27, 2020; 11:00-12:00 pm Eastern

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Hospices are facing tremendous challenges as they work to continue providing vital end-of-life care under the threat of COVID-19. Hospice organizations throughout the nation that operate their own inpatient units are moving with great speed to ensure the continued comfort and safety of some of the most vulnerable of hospice patients – those that are receiving general inpatient care (GIP) and inpatient respite care (IRC). Join us for a FREE one-hour session during which our expert panel will discuss what their organizations are doing to prepare their facilities and facility staff for COVID-19, followed by a question and answer session.

 

Moderator

Ken Albert, R.N., Esq.,President & CEO, Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice, CHAIR, NAHC Hospice Advisory Council

Faculty

Benita Pope, Director of Hospice Services, Duke Home Care & Hospice, Duke Health

Christina McCurdy, Director of Inpatient Care, Community Hospice of Northeast Florida

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