Webinars are available on-demand for 12 months following the live event.
Is it even possible to build a stable and engaged workforce in today’s labor market? Seasoned senior care human resources professionals will share their successful strategies during an Aug. 12 webinar.
Skilled nursing professionals can tune in Aug. 3 as two post-acute clinical care leaders reveal key strategies for enhancing higher-needs care.
A series of senior care providers and technology innovators will share how they leverage virtual care solutions to connect seniors to each other socially during an upcoming McKnight’s webinar. During the July 29 panel discussion, attendees will learn how to improve quality of life within their buildings by using technology that can also make employees’…
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In this webinar, an expert on clinical development and infections will present on the risks of infection in long-term care communities as well as prevention and control strategies to combat them.
Learn about a new breathing therapy biofeedback system that could change the way respiratory-compromised patients breathe. Rehabilitation therapists won’t want to miss out on the June 29 event.
Nursing home residents are at greatest risk as they transition through different levels of care, and a McKnight’s Long-Term Care News webinar June 23 highlights potential areas for opportunity and improvement. Starting at 1 p.m. ET, join William Ford, MD, regional medical director of Abington-Jefferson Health system in Pennsylvania for a free, hour-long conversation. Topics…
Speaker Melissa J. McGuire, PharmD, clinical manager at Omnicare, will identify both intrinsic and extrinsic falls risk factors, review common medications that increase risk, highlight the CDC’s STEADI initiative, and address falls prevention plans.
A special June 8 webinar will help providers understand the power of data to manage risk and increase the odds of success. The event starts at 1 p.m. ET and offers one free continuing education credit.
Learn more about the roles moisture management and skin flora play in maintaining residents’ wellbeing and incontinence care at a May 25 McKnight’s webinar
A special McKnight’s webinar at 1 p.m. ET May 20 will address how providers can increase staff acceptance of vaccines and integrate immunization plans with clinics, pharmacies, local health departments and others. Free continuing education (CE) credit is available.
A new stage of battling COVID-19 is here, which makes an April 29 McKnight’s webinar, “Testing for COVID-19 as variants emerge and vaccinations progress” a must-attend event. The session starts at 1 p.m. ET.
As the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services drives toward value-based care and bundled payment models, skilled nursing providers have a key opportunity to show hospitals and other potential partners that they are well positioned to help improve patient care. Performance-driven data and analytics are a critical tool for time- and resource-strapped facilities as they…
A special McKnight’s webinar at 1 p.m. ET on April 20 will explore electrostatic spraying and how it can help streamline surface disinfection practices.
Do you know where the mice are hiding or the cockroaches are lurking? If not, a webinar on March 31 entitled “Pest hot spots for long-term care: How to prevent them” will help to steer you to the right place.
Looking to better understand how dementia-related psychosis might affect residents? Broaden your perspective during a McKnight’s disease-awareness webinar providing an overview of hallucinations and delusions associated with dementia-related psychosis from the long-term care perspective. The program will focus on the prevalence, impact and proposed neurobiology of hallucinations and delusions across the dementias, as well as…
Providers can meet the challenge of delivering meaningful messaging in caregiving by attending the special McKnight’s webinar “The Stakes are High: Risk Mitigation Protocols for Medication Handling” at 1 p.m. ET on March 12.
A McKnight’s Home Care webinar on March 4 at 1 p.m. ET will focus on how to engage seniors through technology.
A McKnight’s Long-Term Care News webinar starting at 1 p.m. ET will explore many of the key issues facing providers “post-vaccine.”
“Future-proof workforce strategies that boost recruitment and retention” is a must-attend McKnight’s webinar that starts at 1 p.m. ET Feb. 24