COMMUNITY VNA: 1.5 CREDITS FOR PROFESSIONALS

Monday, January 25, 2021

1:00-3:00 PM on Zoom

Community VNA will host a screening of this webinar, which aired originally on August 24, 2020. At the conclusion of the program, participants can take an online exam for 1.5 CE credits through the Hospice Foundation of America (HFA).

  

Disproportionate COVID-19 deaths, due in part to healthcare disparities, and recent social unrest over systemic racism, have brought the experiences of Black Americans into sharp focus. This webinar examines how centuries of inequity and trauma, both acknowledged and ignored, have manifested as cumulative grief in the Black community; how that reality impacts health, health care, death, and loss; and what can be done to affect positive long-term change.

PRESENTERS

Rev. Corey Kennard, MACM

Pastor of Amplify Christian Church, manager of Patient Experience at Ascension St. John Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and an activist in the field of healthcare.

Rev. Cynthia Carter Perrilliat, MP

Executive Director, and Co-creator of the Alameda County Care Alliance Collaborative (ACCAC) with over 25 years of experience as a change agent in healthcare, marketing and communications, biotechnologies and community organizations.

REGISTER NOW

PROFESSIONALS

Earn 1.5 CE Credits

Certified Dementia Practitioners

Certified Nursing Assistants

Case Managers

Clergy

Counselors

Death Educators

Home Health Aides

Nurses

Nursing Home Administrators

Social Workers

Therapists

This program benefits health care and social service clinicians, and those working in hospice, palliative care, hospital, nursing home, funeral home or faith community environments.

View the list of Board Approvals for this continuing education credit program.

Visit the registration page to review the Learning Objectives.

Cumulative Grief in the Black Community

1.5 CE Credits for Professionals