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Free Webinar: Update on Post-COVID Conditions for Correctional Health Care

February 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Long COVID poses unique challenges for incarcerated individuals, adding an additional layer of complexity to an already vulnerable population. Practitioners need to be able to identify and understand the varied and sometimes subtle symptoms of Long COVID, especially when compounded by pre-existing health conditions prevalent among incarcerated populations. Long COVID can exacerbate existing mental health issues among incarcerated individuals, potentially leading to increased stress, anxiety, and depression.

Correctional health providers and correctional staff will benefit from this free webinar discussing the many considerations for identifying and treating long COVID.

Made possible by an educational grant from Pfizer

Educational Objectives

• Explain testing and assessment of post-COVID conditions, identify potential causes, and understand its various clinical presentations and potential complications

• Outline the management of post-COVID conditions, including symptom management, referral pathways, pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments, and ongoing monitoring and follow-up of patients

• Summarize the latest updates in the ongoing research into the potential causes, assessment, testing, and management of post-COVID conditions


Anne Spaulding, MD, MPH, CCHP-CP, obtained her MD from the Medical College of Virginia and her MPH from John Hopkins. She trained in internal medicine and infectious disease. For the past 28 years, she has focused on correctional health and has authored 150 publications. She served as medical director for the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, a combined jail/prison for six years. Since 2005 she has been on faculty at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health, where she is an associate professor of epidemiology.

Webinar Fee:

This FREE webinar includes access to the power point presentation, the webinar recording and up to one hour of CE credit.

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February 8
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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