Evolving Crisis Standards of Care and Lessons from COVID-19: Workshop no. 3

October 25, 2021

October 25, 2021

12:00 PM To 2:15 PM

Online: EDT (USA)

https://bit.ly/2YPo15o

FREE

Event Description

This workshop series will re-explore previous IOM Crisis Standards of Care recommendations in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Webinar 3: Evolving CSC – From Plans to Reality

COVID-19 has fundamentally challenged the delivery of health care services worldwide, forcing difficult choices on health professionals and laying bare many preexisting health, medical, and public health sector frailties. This National Academies workshop series will re-explore previous IOM Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) recommendations in light of ongoing lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic, with a particular focus on disaster planning, legal and equity considerations, and staffing considerations.

In the third virtual workshop of the series, focused on planning and implementation considerations, expert panelists will specifically:

  • Describe the roles of key stakeholders (e.g., STLT governments, hospitals and healthcare systems, and other stakeholders at the FSTLT levels) in the development/planning, declaration/activation, implementation, and evaluation/monitoring of  CSC
  • Explore the impact of COVID-19 on (1) healthcare and public health stakeholder and (2) the general public’s attitudes and beliefs on CSC development/planning, declaration/activation, implementation, and evaluation/monitoring
  • Discuss and analyze the challenges to and current/potential strategies for developing the data, infrastructure, and protocol needed to maintain situational awareness and drive decision-making related to CSC  development/planning, declaration/activation, implementation, and evaluation/monitoring

Speakers include:

  • Eric Toner, MD, Senior Scholar, Senior Scientist, Center for Health Security, Johns Hopkins University
  • Anuj Mehta, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Denver Health and Hospital Authority, University of Colorado, National Jewish Health
  • Erin Serino, JD, Deputy Chief of Staff, Boston Emergency Medical Services
  • Shandiin Wood, MPH, Health Systems Epidemiologist & Tribal Liaison, New Mexico Department of Health
  • Megan Jehn, PhD, MHS, Associate Professor, Arizona State University
  • Gina Febbraro, MPH, Principle Consultant for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Community Engagement Lead for Colorado’s Crisis Standards of Care
  • Erin Talati Paquette, MD, JD, MBe, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics (critical care), and School of Law, Northwestern University
  • Brian Garibaldi, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit
  • Elizabeth Lee Daugherty, MD, MPH, Chief Wellness Officer, Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Will Stone, Science reporter, NPR

More speakers to be announced soon.

Organizers

NASEM Health and Medicine

https://www.nationalacademies.org/hmd/health-and-medicine-division

About the Organizers

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine are independent, nonprofit institutions providing science, technology & health policy advice.

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