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Long COVID: Identifying Symptoms and Managing Needs - Clarkson College Leadership Series 

The COVID-19 impact on human health is just beginning to be understood. For many individuals who test positive for COVID-19, this is not just an acute problem. Join Clarkson College in collaboration with the UNMC College of Public Health for a special event educating attendees on identifying the symptoms of and managing the needs for those with Long COVID.

Event for Patients, Families and Community Members 
Thursday, May 6, 2021 / 5:30–7 p.m. CST via Zoom  
No cost to attend. 

Event for Health Care and Community Professionals 
Tuesday, May 25, 2021 / 5:30–7 p.m. CST via Zoom
For participants requesting continuing education credit, registration is $10. All other participants may register for free.

Please click here to register and to download additional information about the speakers and event details.

Each event will feature a panel of speakers including infectious disease experts, frontline workers, public and mental health professionals, and long COVID patients.

Attendees of the Patients, Family and Community Members event will gain the ability to: 

  • Identify the symptoms of Long COVID
  • Identify the need for empathy and advocacy for Long COVID sufferers
  • Identify resources to offer support to patients and their families 

Attendees of the Health Care and Community Professionals event will gain the ability to: 

  • Identify the symptoms of Long COVID
  • Increase their confidence in managing the needs of those with Long COVID
  • Identify resources available for Long COVID sufferers and their families
     

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