CALTCM Educational Events

46th Annual Meeting

CALTCM Summit for Excellence  ***Virtual Event***

October 8 - 10, 2020 
 

The CALTCM Summit for Excellence has been designed to engage and benefit direct care practitioners - all members of the interdisciplinary team and administrative leadership. Our 2020 Summit is a comprehensive event featuring: Care Transitions, Functional Decline Prevention, Burnout, Clinical Hot Topics, Policy and Regulatory Updates, exciting Medicolegal case discussions, Lessons Learned from COVID-19, and "In the Trenches" sessions. (The “In the Trenches” sessions, give you the opportunity to choose from a variety of sessions to fit your education needs.) Earn CME/CEU's while networking with like-minded leaders in Post-Acute and Long-Term care to reach your career goals.  Earn up to 19.5 units of credit. 

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COVID-19: CALTCM Weekly Rounds

This is a webinar series hosted by CALTCM on select Monday's at 4:00pm. Join us to understanding of the risks from COVID-19, the measures needed to protect residents and employees, review basic infection prevention and control measures, what to do when someone tests positive, and more. Each webinar will have time for audience Q&A. Registration is free and required. Recordings of past webinars are available below.

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CALTCM SNF 2.0®. 

Working Together to Improve Care, Communication and Continuity for our Patients 

The California Association of Long Term Care Medicine (CALTCM) is dedicated to improving quality patient care in California. CALTCM SNF 2.0® a unique opportunity for nursing homes interested in reducing avoidable readmissions.  The CALTCM SNF 2.0® program goes beyond the typical training program and provides custom in-depth, on-site mentorship to participating nursing homes for approximately 6 months.

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LGBTQ Training - Only $15.00 for members
Building Inclusive and Sensitive Long Term Care Services for LGBTQ Communities

This one-hour webinar will describe the required elements for responding to the emerging needs of long term care organizations to provide sensitive and respectful services to LGBT residents. In the webinar we will discuss relevant terminology related to sexual orientation and gender identity, discuss common challenges experienced by LGBT older adults and provide recommendations for honoring patient rights. This webinar will also satisfy new legal requirements for staff and management in long term health care to participate in LGBTQ sensitivity training.

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