Disproportionate COVID-19 deaths, due in part to healthcare disparities, and recent social unrest over systemic racism, have brought the experiences of Black Americans into sharp focus. This webinar examines how centuries of inequity and trauma, both acknowledged and ignored, have manifested as cumulative grief in the Black community; how that reality impacts health, health care, death, and loss; and what can be done to affect positive long-term change. Join us for this important program.

PRESENTERS
Corey Kennard, MACM
Cynthia Carter Perrilliat, MP

Produced by the
Hospice Foundation of America

Community VNA will host this webinar screening on Zoom followed by a brief discussion. At the conclusion of the program, participants will receive instructions to take an online exam for 1.5 CE credits through the Hospice Foundation of America.

PROFESSIONALS:  Earn 1.5 CE Credits
Cert. Dementia Practitioners
Cert. Nursing Assistants
Case Managers
Clergy
Counselors
Death Educators
Home Health Aides
Nurses
Nursing Home Admins
Social Workers
Therapists 

This program will benefit health care and social service clinicians, and those working in hospice, palliative care, hospital, nursing home, funeral home or faith community environments.

Register: cumulativegrief.eventbrite.com or call 774.203.1307

When

01/25/2021 - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Where

Virtual
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