COVID-19: Ethical, Health, and Legal Factors to Consider when Reopening and Delivering Services

Recorded Webinar

Original Air Date - June 24 from 2-3:30 p.m. CT

Leaders of community-based human services organizations are being called upon to lead through uncharted territory, while simultaneously needing to meet increased personal and professional demands. 

During this webinar, co-hosts Undraye Howard of the Alliance and Sheryl White of Neighborhood House Association will facilitate a discussion on ethical, health, and legal factors that must be considered to successfully reopen and deliver services amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Special guests bringing critical expertise and insight to this discussion include: 

  • Dwight Smith, legal counsel/GM at Neighborhood House Association in San Diego 

  • Dr. Suzanne Afflalomedical director for the Alliance Health Clinic in San Diego 

  • Durryle Brooks, research associate at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology 

Learning objectives
  • Ethical, health, and legal factors that must be considered to successfully reopen and deliver services during COVID-19 pandemic 

Facilitators

  • Undraye Howard, senior director of equity, diversity, and inclusion and engagement at the Alliance 

  • Sheryl White, vice president of training and organizational development at Neighborhood House Association 

Presenters

  • Dwight Smith, legal counsel/GM at Neighborhood House Association in San Diego 

  • Dr. Suzanne Afflalomedical director for the Alliance Health Clinic in San Diego 

  • Durryle Brooks, research associate at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology