MODERATOR

Dr. Bernard Bandman
CCM Executive Director

PANELISTS

Dr. James Poole
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center hospitalist


Dr. Alya Reeve
United Counseling Service director and psychiatrist


Jim Baker
Patient and Vermont Dept. of Corrections Commissioner


Gretchen Johnson, RN
Caregiver

Coping With COVID-19: Communication Challenges with Healthcare Providers

The Center for Communication in Medicine (CCM) will host a free online webinar, Coping With COVID-19: Communication Challenges with Healthcare Providers, on Tuesday, November 10 from 6 – 7:30 pm.

Panelists include: Southwestern Vermont Medical Center hospitalist, Dr. James Poole; United Counseling Service director and psychiatrist, Dr. Alya Reeve; patient and Vermont Dept. of Corrections Commissioner Jim Baker; and caregiver, Gretchen Johnson, RN. CCM Executive Director, Bernard Bandman, PhD will moderate. The panelists will address issues and concerns in communicating with healthcare providers during these worrisome and uncertain times. Attendees can submit questions ahead of time, and a Question & Answer feature will be available for attendees to pose questions directly to the panel during the webinar.

For the past 20 years, CCM has been offering educational programs to patients, families and healthcare providers about the benefits of open and honest communication in making thoughtful decisions about care. Programs are now being offered online!

Coping With COVID-19: Communication Challenges with Healthcare Providers

The Center for Communication in Medicine (CCM) will host a free online webinar, Coping With COVID-19: Communication Challenges with Healthcare Providers, on Tuesday, November 10 from 6 – 7:30 pm.

Panelists include: Southwestern Vermont Medical Center hospitalist, Dr. James Poole; United Counseling Service director and psychiatrist, Dr. Alya Reeve; patient and Vermont Dept. of Corrections Commissioner Jim Baker; and caregiver, Gretchen Johnson, RN. CCM Executive Director, Bernard Bandman, PhD will moderate. The panelists will address issues and concerns in communicating with healthcare providers during these worrisome and uncertain times. Attendees can submit questions ahead of time, and a Question & Answer feature will be available for attendees to pose questions directly to the panel during the webinar.

For the past 20 years, CCM has been offering educational programs to patients, families and healthcare providers about the benefits of open and honest communication in making thoughtful decisions about care. Programs are now being offered online!

MODERATOR

Dr. Bernard Bandman
CCM Executive Director

PANELISTS

Dr. James Poole
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center hospitalist


Dr. Alya Reeve
United Counseling Service director and psychiatrist


Jim Baker
Patient and Vermont Dept. of Corrections Commissioner


Gretchen Johnson, RN
Caregiver