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Designing New Credentials and Programs After the Pandemic—Roundtable Webinar Series #3

May 8, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Are You Looking for New and Innovative Ways to Effectively and Efficiently Prepare the Healthcare Workforce?

Join us on three consecutive Fridays for a series of webinars to document current adaptive practices in healthcare education in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. The webinars will feature speakers from higher education and healthcare.  We will create a space for reflection about what might come next—4, 6, or 12 months down the road.

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to cause major disruptions, higher education and healthcare institutions are still preparing the essential, frontline healthcare workforce. These institutions, which are quickly adapting to new delivery models, will be critically important as our nation navigates a fluid, rapidly changing healthcare environment.

The crisis has shined a light on the already acute need for qualified healthcare workers.

This Roundtable Webinar Series at 12:00 EDT on April 24, May 1, and May 8 will produce recommendations and suggested next steps for moving toward innovative solutions.

Roundtable Webinar 3: Designing New Credentials and Programs After the Pandemic

This webinar will be moderated by Cathrael (Kate) Kazin, Managing Partner, Volta Learning Group.

Panelists

  • Sean Gallagher

    Executive Professor of Educational Policy, Northeastern
    University

  • Karen Shack

    Senior Workforce Development Consultant, Commonwealth Corporation

Register

Please register in advance online.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Details

Date:
May 8
Time:
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
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Audience
Open to the Public

Location

Online
Room
Online Webinar

Organizer

Kim Burns
Email:
kburns@necc.mass.edu
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