Webinar: COVID-19 & Mental Health

  • May 5, 2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
  • Online
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Join IAFC Staff and experts from NueroFlow for a discussion on COVID-19 and mental health.

NeuroFlow is a collaborative and measurement-based behavioral health platform integrated in all care settings. Over 1,000 providers and organizations use NeuroFlow's HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based tools to increase individual effectiveness, readiness, and overall wellness while gaining real-time individual and population-level insights.

See how one of the nation's largest fire departments took an innovative approach to support the overall health and resiliency of their team;  Learn best practices on communicating these initiatives and addressing distrust, stigma, and myths around mental health; discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of first responders and what can be done to support them during this pandemic.

Panelists:

Matt Miclette, Head of Clinical Operations at NeuroFlow

Chief Denis Rubin, IAFC Subject Matter Expert

Learn more about NeuroFlow: https://www.neuroflow.com/for-government-and-military/. 

 

A word from our sponsors: 

For companies with an opportunity to respond to COVID-19, inaction is not an option. At NeuroFlow, our mission of bridging the gap between mental and physical health puts us squarely in a position of duty and responsibility to those that have been or will be impacted by this virus.

As a response, we’re announcing the release of our Coronavirus Risk Assessment and Anxiety Screener, helping to efficiently route high-risk individuals to location specific testing resources while also providing evidence-based tools and information to support the mental wellness of everyone during this difficult time.
 
This tool helps healthcare providers and systems proactively identify high-risk patients and optimize their care management resources. Access it here.

At a time like this, remote technologies facilitating access to reliable information regarding physical and mental health can serve as an invaluable resource to those in need. 

To offer this resource directly to your patients, visit www.neuroflow.com/coronavirusresponse.



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