Webinar - Coronavirus Considerations for Camp

Thursday, 26 March 2020 -
1:00pm to 2:00pm

All times local unless stated differently below.

This webinar is full. We will be recording it and will make it avalable on our Coronavirus - Information for Camps page.


Description:  

This webinar will outline considerations for camps as they address potential changes related to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. We will discuss implications for camps and provide tools and resources to help prepare camps to address communicable disease outbreaks.

Learner Outcomes:

  1. Participants will identify two methods to address prevention of communicable disease transmissions.
  2. Participants will identify tools to communicate with parents during uncertain times.

Presenter Bios:

Dr. Michael Ambrose M.D., Founder and CEO of CampDoc, earned his M.D. from the University of Michigan Medical School and is a board-certified pediatrician.  He has been involved in camp and youth organizations health and wellness for over 15 years, and remains devoted to continual improvement of health and safety by creating innovative solutions for camps.  Dr. Ambrose has authored several camp health and safety research studies, including the recently published American Academy of Pediatrics “Improving Health and Safety at Camp” (June 2019) policy statement.

Tracey Gaslin PhD, CPNP, FNP-BC, CRNI, RN-BC, A professor and dual certified nurse practitioner in pediatrics and adults.  She completed her PhD in Educational and Organizational Leadership and taught for 10 years specializing in camp nursing, service leadership, and hematology. Dr. Gaslin periodically works as a camp consultant and legal consultant and publishes the majority of her work in the areas of bleeding disorders, camp nursing, and leadership. Dr. Gaslin served as the Medical Director at a special needs camp for six years.  She currently serves as a Hemophilia Nurse Practitioner and the Executive Director for the Association of Camp Nursing where she travels to different areas of the US and Canada educating healthcare providers about camp health.

Location

Online

CEC

1.00