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Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Understanding and Addressing Sources of Caregiver Anxiety
September 11, 2020 | Learn about methods to understand and address sources of anxiety among health care professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Fostering Connection and Co-Creation
August 21, 2020 | Fostering connection and co-creation are tools that can help support the well-being of the health care workforce.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Psychological Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
August 7, 2020 | Psychological PPE, "personal protective equipment" to promote health care workforce mental health and well-being, has become even more essential during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Peer Support: Fostering Connection and Destigmatizing Mental Health for Caregivers
July 24, 2020 | Peer support is an effective intervention in the pursuit of care team member well-being and joy in work, and can aid in destigmatizing health-seeking behaviors among caregivers.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Transforming Moral Distress into Moral Resilience
July 10, 2020 | Tools and changes are needed to help caregivers mitigate and recover from moral injury while continuing to work in systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19: Grief Leadership and System Supports
June 26, 2020 | Learn about specific leadership behaviors and system supports needed to address the mental health and well-being needs of caregivers, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19 and the Case for Contact Tracing
June 19, 2020 | Explore the key components of a contact tracing model and the importance of engaging health care systems, community health workers, social workers, and public health departments.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19: Age-Friendly Care During a Pandemic
June 12, 2020 | The 4Ms Framework of an Age-Friendly Health System can be adapted and offer critical guidance to care for older adults, who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19: Caregiver Mental Health and Well-Being
June 5, 2020 | Learn how to improve, address, and respond to the daily mental health needs of caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for future needs.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19 and Reopening Health Care
May 29, 2020 | Establishing immediate priorities and cautious approaches are critical to resuming health care services for non-COVID-19 patients, and reopening health care may present an unprecedented opportunity to make improvements.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19: The Other Side of the Curve
May 15, 2020 | What decisions are in store for reopening strategies in the United States once states and regions begin to move beyond the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Centering Equity in the Response to COVID-19
May 8, 2020 | COVID-19 is dramatically and disproportionately impacting communities of color in the US. What might it look like to embed equity in the response to the pandemic going forward?
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Telemedicine: COVID-19 and Beyond
May 1, 2020 | With the expanded use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic to remotely diagnose and monitor patients with virus symptoms and those with more typical health issues, what does this mean for the future of telemedicine?
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Quality Improvement, Epidemiology, and COVID-19
April 24, 2020 | The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the important intersection of data-driven quality improvement and epidemiology to effectively deliver excellent, safe care to patients while protecting the health care workforce.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19 and Crisis Standards of Care
April 17, 2020 | During the COVID-19 pandemic, institutions are evaluating crisis standards of care, a substantial change in usual health care operations and the level of care it is possible to deliver during a pervasive or catastrophic disaster.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Global Challenges: COVID-19 and Lessons from the UK
April 10, 2020 | Learn about global responses to COVID-19, specifically efforts in the United Kingdom to monitor and quickly improve treatment for patients in intensive care units.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Preparing for a Surge of Hospitalized Patients with COVID-19
April 3, 2020 | Hear early lessons from health systems preparing for dramatic increases in hospitalized patients with COVID-19, including Northwell Health in the New York City region.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Mobilizing to Respond to COVID-19
March 27, 2020 | Don Berwick and Derek Feeley share key coronavirus (COVID-19) learnings, innovations, and revelations they’ve been gathering and gleaning from health care leaders and improvers across the globe.
2019 Forum Keynotes
Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities: Benefits and Challenges of Home-Based Primary Care
Providers and patients explore the importance of expanding primary care beyond the walls of the clinic, particularly when it comes to reaching people with involved disabilities.
What Is an Age-Friendly Health System?
The number of older adults, individuals age 65 and older, in the United States is growing rapidly. And as we age, care often becomes more complex. Health systems frequently are not prepared for this complexity, and older adults suffer a disproportionate amount of harm while in the care of the health system.
Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities: Redesigning Primary Care
Anna, a woman who has become increasingly debilitated and isolated. The failure of the traditional medical system to respond to Anna’s needs is contrasted with a team-based approach in which home-based primary care is combined with an array of critical services that address her medical, social, behavioral, and physical functioning needs.
Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities: Creating Culture Change
Patients and providers share how the traditional medical model puts the clinician at the center, whereas the needs of a person living with disabilities is better met by an independent living model built around them. We’ll explore how one practice infused the values and principles of independent living into daily practice by embedding them in hiring, orientation, training, and coaching.
Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities: Shifting the Paradigm
People with involved disabilities share the barriers they face in accessing primary care in traditional settings. The foundation for building a primary care delivery system that is accessible and responsive, they’ll explain, requires a different set of values.
Patients are Talking. Is Anyone Listening?
2018 Summit Session 1