Monthly sessions will take place via ZOOM, an online, cloud-based video conferencing platform. In an effort to address security concerns, each participating individual/household must register for EACH monthly session in order to attend. Links for each of the 4 monthly sessions will be provided 7-10 days prior to the session date.
Click the button to register in advance for the 5/30/20 session. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Date: Once per month from May - Aug
Time: 10 AM - 12 PM (Online registration required)
Location: All sessions will be held virtually
Registration: Individual registration for EACH monthly session is required. See below for link(s). Due to security concerns, links will be provided approximately 7-10 days prior to scheduled event
#SickleSmart Summer is a virtual classroom designed to provide information on treating the whole person with sickle cell disease. Sickle cell experts will provide practical tools using case studies and interactive exercises.
Practical sickle cell resources for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, advanced practice practitioners (APPs), and other healthcare professionals will be provided to participants. Topics ranging from new treatment options for sickle cell disease to health equity will be discussed. The purpose of these educational events are to use on-line lecture, discussion, and sharing of current resources and educational topics to strengthen participant’s knowledge base about sickle cell disease, sickle cell trait, and those living with sickle cell disease, also known as Sickle Cell Warriors!
These educational sessions are open to the public; they are designed for people living with sickle cell disease, caregivers, healthcare providers, sickle cell advocates, educators, and people who want to learn about sickle cell disease.
Upon completion of this educational series, participants should be able to:
Discuss complications and other issues related to Sickle Cell Disease
Identify current evidence based practices to improve care of individuals with Sickle Cell Disease
Discuss new treatments recently available to individuals with Sickle Cell Disease
Discuss challenges and improvement efforts related to transitioning individuals from pediatric to adult care
Understanding unconscious bias in treating people with sickle cell disease
Discuss resources available to individuals with Sickle Cell Disease
*NOTE: Individuals desiring to volunteer with Sickle Cell Foundation of MN at community education events are required to attend these sessions. Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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