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Telehealth - A Promise for the Future?
Wednesday 28 April 2021, 11:00am - 01:00pm
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The University of Utah College of Nursing – Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention Program (NEPQR) and Utah Geriatric Education Consortium (UGEC) along with Comagine Health invite you to join us for a special two-hour webinar focusing on the future of telehealth, beyond the public health emergency and into 2022. We will kick off the session with keynote speaker Mei Kwong, JD, then dive into policy and legislative updates, and round out the session with special discussions related to telemental health in primary care and long-term supports and services settings as well as teledentistry.

Location https://comaginehealth.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqfuCtqTMsHd230-2u8XDHwkMXk7pAQgN4
Keynote Speaker: Mei Kwong, JD, executive director at the Center for Connected Health Policy, has graciously agreed to be our keynote speaker and provide updates on the latest telehealth policy.
28 Apr 2021
11:00AM - 01:00PM
Telehealth - A Promise for the Future?

The University of Utah College of Nursing – Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention Program (NEPQR) and Utah Geriatric Education Consortium (UGEC) along with Comagine Health invite you to join us for a special two-hour webinar focusing on the future of telehealth, beyond the public health emergency and into 2022. We will kick off the session with keynote speaker Mei Kwong, JD, then dive into policy and legislative updates, and round out the session with special discussions related to telemental health in primary care and long-term supports and services settings as well as teledentistry.

06 May 2021
10:00AM - 11:00AM
UGEC Fireside Chat - The Importance of Respite and How to Make the Most of Respite Time by Rebecca Utz, PhD