Webinars

Webinars are available on-demand for 12 months following the live event.

Webinars

McKnight’s Online Forum Wednesday to cover clinical care, global lessons learned and infection control in the wake of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for long-term care and senior living communities. McKnight’s will tackle three key issues during its Online Forum: COVID-19 Update IV on Wednesday. The day will kick off at 10:30 a.m. ET with the webinar, “Clinical Care Considerations During the COVID-19 Healthcare Emergency.” Next, at noon ET, speakers from…

Medication handling and added concerns with COVID-19 — June 23

Providers should always be careful about challenges and risks when it comes to crushing or compounding medications. Now, however, there are fears of contamination or spreading of COVID-19, as well as ongoing concerns presented by PDPM, USP, NIOSH, OSHA and CMS.  These will all be discussed at a webinar titled “To crush or not to…

McKnight’s ‘Power Panel’ delivers operational strategies Wednesday

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for years. Fortunately, the inaugural McKnight’s Power Panel is here to help providers develop successful strategies for today, and the future. The virtual roundtable of marketplace leaders is titled “Succeeding despite the 2020 pandemic” and will take start at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday, June 10. Five top…
Steven Fogg

McKnight’s tackles leadership, business continuity during COVID-19 in Thursday’s Online Forum

The coronavirus will be the subject of a third McKnight’s Online Forum, to take place this Thursday. McKnight’s will hone in on two particular COVID-19-related subjects during this FREE event: leadership and business continuity. And listeners will be eligible to receive two continuing education credits — one for each webinar — for attending. During the leadership webinar,…

Learn how engagement technology can fight resident boredom during May 28 webinar

The COVID-19 restrictions have put senior living residents more at risk for social isolation, boredom and loneliness. Fortunately, technology can help. Join presenters Mary Arthur, a certified dementia care practitioner, and Scott W. Sautter, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, for a FREE webinar about engagement technology next Thursday, May 28, at 1 p.m. ET. Attendees…
Michelle Karl

McKnight’s to hold second COVID-19 Online Forum on May 13

COVID-19 continues to challenge long-term care operators in unforeseen ways. To help provide useful and actionable information to readers, McKnight’s is offering its second Online Forum on the crisis on May 13. McKnight’s Online Forum: COVID 19 Update II will feature three FREE sessions on key subjects. Participants can receive continuing education credits for all…
Paul Fogg, Marquis Companies

Special McKnight’s Online Forum on April 23 tackles COVID-19

McKnight’s is going in-depth into the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on senior living during a special Online Forum on April 23. A total of three webinars ­– all FREE – will focus on different aspects of the crisis. Listeners can receive continuing education credit for all of the sessions. The event will kick off…

Competency Final Rule elements in focus at March 26 webinar

“Competency is Critical … 2.0” is the title of a March 26 webinar that will help providers on their way to better care and compliance with nursing homes’ Final Rule. The hour long session will give a surveyor’s insight into how new stipulations will be enforced, as well as how providers can create a multidisciplinary…

Harnessing technology to help seniors live better is subject of March 24 webinar

Increasingly, long-term care providers are aware of the power of technology to make life better for seniors. An upcoming March 24 webcast at 1 p.m. ET will address this topic. During the free webcast, listeners will learn how connected technology can improve seniors’ well-being and socialization. Gary Pederson, MatrixCare’s EVP of Connected Health & Wellness,…

Upcoming March 5 webinar addresses workforce challenges, solutions

Attracting and keeping qualified staff may be the single largest issue facing long-term care providers. An upcoming webinar on March 5 at 1 p.m. ET will provide providers concrete ideas for tackling this problem. Featured speakers are Angie Keeven, VP of organizational development at Cedarhurst Living, and Peter Corless, EVP of enterprise development at OnShift.…
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