Webinars

Explore our collection of recent webinars and on-demand learning for continuing education credits.

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Digital Education Series

Upcoming Webinars

March 13, 2024 1:00pm – 2:15pm CT

Empowering Culinary Staff and RDNs on Industry Dynamics and Applied Technology

Speakers: Meagan Pollak-Harrison, Catrisse Alvord, Travis Rea & Zac Selmon

CEUs: 1 continuing education hour for Certified Dietary Managers through the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals; 1 CPE for Registered Dieticians through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
In recognition of National Nutrition Month, Direct Supply® DSSITM aims to celebrate the invaluable contributions of culinary staff and Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs). Their tireless efforts in management, budgeting, operational support, and most importantly, nutrition care management for the residents they serve are truly commendable.

This webinar is designed to provide them with a deeper understanding of the industry dynamics that impact their budgets and labor. Furthermore, it will explore how applied technology can serve as a powerful tool to navigate these challenges effectively.

Webinar Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will learn what applied technology means and how it can help them manage their dining and nutrition programs.
  • Attendees will receive an industry update on PPD trends, supply chain and staffing levels.
  • Attendees will learn how applied technology can help their organization control cost and support residents through staffing shortages.
  • Attendees will learn about advancements in foodservice equipment technology and how that helps with resident satisfaction.

On-Demand Webinars

Earn CEs on your own time with our on-demand webinars offering.

The following CEs are available (for select webinars):
1.0 contact hour in Nursing (LPN)
1.0 contact hour in Nursing (RN)
1.0 contact hour in Occupational Therapy Practice
1.0 contact hour in Physical Therapy Practice

New Webinars Added

Beyond the Band-Aid: Implementing the Universal Wound Model to Create an Evidenced-Based Patient-Centered Wound Team

Sunbeam – Game-Changing Exercise for Falls Prevention for Residents of Long-Term Care

Understanding the Benefits of External Cueing

Effective Management of Infections: Innovative Technology to Help You Control, Track and Prevent the Spread of Infection

Far 222nm UV in Long Term Care: Shedding New Light on Infection Prevention

Wheelchair Seating and Positioning Techniques to Promote Engagement in Long-Term Care

Recent Webinars

Understanding The Benefits Of External Cueing

Understanding The Benefits Of External Cueing

The future of Senior Living is here! Join Innovation & Technology Senior Manager, Justin Smith, to gain valuable insights into the current and future impact of robotics in the industry. You’ll walk away with key knowledge to propel your community forward.

Far 222nm UV in Long Term Care: Shedding New Light on Infection Prevention

Far 222nm UV in Long Term Care: Shedding New Light on Infection Prevention

In this session, we will discuss the latest advances in ultraviolet germicidal irradiation and the best practices for maintaining pathogen-free environments. We will do a deep dive into Far 222nm UV, a new, leading-edge technology that constantly creates clean air and surfaces without being harmful to humans or requiring staff time or labor.

Effective Management of Infections: Innovative Technology to Help You Control, Track and Prevent the Spread of Infection

Effective Management of Infections: Innovative Technology to Help You Control, Track and Prevent the Spread of Infection

In this session, we will examine the events of the 2020 pandemic and the gaps in care delivery that it exposed; exploring the lessons we learned from the past three years and identifying efficiencies that can allow your staff to become more proactive in the planning process and help you prevent, contain and manage infection outbreaks. Participants will learn how new technology can address the latest changes in regulatory language while also making their infection prevention tactics more efficient.