Free webinar on long-term COVID-19 effects

November 9, 2020
Keith A. Reynolds
Keith A. Reynolds

The MJH Life Sciences COVID-19 Coalition will discuss the pandemic’s clinical impact and mental health effects.

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of abating any time soon, but what impact will the disease have on Americans and the U.S. healthcare industry in the long-term?

In a free webinar at 7:30 p.m. EST on Nov. 12, the MJH Life Sciences COVID-19 Coalition will seek to illuminate the existing data on the disease’s clinical course and potential long-term health consequences, as well as the pandemic’s effect on the mental health of children and young adults as they begin to navigate a virtual lifestyle.

Sign up for the free webinar here.

The coalition sprang from MJH’s mission to improve quality of life through healthcare communications, education, and research, the MJH Life Sciences COVID-19 Coalition was formed to help keep healthcare professionals up-to-date and informed on the science and latest learnings on COVID-19.

Leveraging relationships with top thought leaders across a variety of key specialties, the Coalition generates the most accurate, up-to-the-minute information on the pandemic’s ever-evolving impact on healthcare professionals and the patients they treat.

For more information on the MJH Life Sciences™ COVID-19 Coalition, visit mjhlifesciences.com/covid19-coalition.

The speakers at the webinar will be:

  • Moderator and coalition member Tina Tan, MD - Tan is professor of pediatrics at the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, and a Pediatric Infectious Diseases attending; Medical Director of the International Patient Services Program (IPS); co-Director of the Pediatric Travel Medicine Clinic; and Director of the International Adoptee Clinic at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. She is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
  • Panelist and coalition member Carlos del Rio, MD - del Rio is Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, and professor of global health and epidemiology at the Rollins School of Emory University. He serves as the Executive Associate Dean of Emory University School of Medicine at Grady Health System, and is the co-director and principal investigator of the Emory Center for AIDS Research. His research interests include the early diagnosis of HIV, linkage to and retention in HIV care, and prevention of HIV infection. He has long worked in hospitals and clinics with hard-to-reach populations including substance abuse users to improve outcomes of those infected with HIV and to prevent infection among those at risk. Dr. del Rio also works on emerging infections, epidemic and pandemics including the response to the 2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) as member of the WHO and CDC advisory teams.
  • Panelist Colleen Cicchetti, PhD. M.Ed. - Cicchetti is the Executive Director of the Center for Childhood Resilience (CCR) at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and an Associate Professor at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. She has over 30 years of experience as a clinical psychologist with focus on school and community mental health. In 2004, Dr. Cicchetti founded the CCR (formerly Community Linked Mental Health Services Program). CCR develops, evaluates and disseminates mental health best practices to promote systems change, increase access and reduce mental health disparities where kids live, learn and play.