HSABC Webinar: CORONAVIRUS 101: What Frontline Staff and Organizations Need to Know
May 5, 2020, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Corey Ranger and Sarah Kift provide an overview of how to work safely and support your clients and staff in the midst of the pandemic:
- COVID 19 Symptoms and Basics
- Screening and testing: How to screen for COVID-19 and where to get tested/get your clients tested
- Shelter and outreach contexts: how to set up and maintain safe spaces
- Personal Protective Equipment: Masks 101 and PPE
- Safe supply: how to get people on safer versions of substances
- Overdose and First Aid Protocols
- Harm Reduction Resources
- Current Public Health Orders, Guidance's and Recommendations in BC
- Up to Date Resources and Contacts
Instructor: Corey Ranger
Corey Ranger is a registered nurse with experience working in harm reduction across Alberta--he has facilitated blood-borne pathogens programming for street-entrenched individuals in Edmonton's inner-city core; worked on the harm reduction team in Calgary; started HIV programming in Brooks; and most recently been responsible for implementing naloxone programming and supervised consumption services (SCS) in Medicine Hat. Corey has been a post-secondary instructor for community and mental health nursing at Medicine Hat College, and is an advocate for evidence-informed, pragmatic public policy. Corey is currently project manager for BCcampus, responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of a provincial peer training curriculum and standards of practice (SOP).'
How to Register for Training Courses:
If your organization is a member of HSABC
- login with your login credentials
- if you do not have your own account/login, please click the Member rate and follow prompts for setting up an account.
If your organization is not a member of HSABC, please select the Non-member rate and create a guest account.
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