2021 Clinical Quality Symposium

NASWNH Chapter 0 11

We welcome award-winning educator and LGBTQ+ advocate, Jessica Halem, MBA, to unpack the complex issues of health equity in her Keynote Address: “It Starts Here: Addressing Bias and Trauma in Healthcare.” 

Our CEU-eligible program also includes: The Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 on Cognition and Brain Function; Exploration of Multidimensional Therapies for Managing Chronic Pain, Including Non-Medication Modalities; Addressing Depression in Patients with Chronic Conditions; Bringing Care to the Patients (Home visits: the why, the how, and the reimbursement); and the Closing Address: The Neuroscience of Pain, Addiction, and Trauma.

A time-lapse gaphic summary of the conference will be facilitated by Taslim van Hattum, LCSW, MPH, and closing remarks by Kristen Bigelow-Talbert, CPHQ, MSHM. 

As allowed by presenters, Bi-State will make recordings and/or materials available to attendees in the days following the conference.


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