See below for details regarding events host by PCC and our partners
2021 ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes Webinar
About: This webinar -- open to providers in Montgomery County -- will give an overview of the ADA's most current clinical practice recommendations with a focus on diabetes care, general treatment goals and guidelines, and tools to evaluate quality of care. This is a FREE, 2-hour online event that offers 1.5 CEU credit hours to eligible providers. Details on how to claim your CEU credits will be sent in a follow-up email after the webinar.
Learning Objectives | At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
Review changes and updates to the 2021 ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.
Identify where changes in recommendations and/or evidence rating scores have been made in 2021.
Discuss practical application of the guidelines for diabetes care and education specialists and the care team.
About: The mental health of our vulnerable senior population is as important as ever heading into year two of the pandemic. Participants learn about notable risk factors and warning signs, as well as strategies for both crisis and non-crisis situations
Remaining Dates & Time: September 16 | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About: Compassion Fatigue Trainingprovides immediate training for leadership, health care workers, and volunteers to manage the impact of regularly helping people experiencing traumatic stress. The objective: help workers prevent compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and post-traumatic stress.
Remaining Dates & Time (two 3-hour sessions for each "training"): September 17 & 24 | 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
About: In partnership with the Maryland Department of Health, don't miss the installments of Helping the Helpers and Those They Serve. These webinars are for Maryland’s behavioral health and medical health care workers of all disciplines, whether working in community or hospital settings. They are designed to enhance both health care worker self-care and resultantly the care they provide, as health care workers combat numerous stressors including the COVID-19 pandemic, social justice issues, and other stressors that can potentially impact delivered care.
The September 23 webinar will be led by two of our very own behavioral health experts: Sarah E. Frazell, LCSW-C & Daniela Acero, LMSW.