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Taking Care of Yourself and Your Students: Coping with Pandemic Crisis & Loss

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September 16, 2020

This webinar, presented by the Director of the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement located at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, will provide practical advice on how school nutrition professionals can help students cope with the current COVID-19 pandemic and how to support grieving students, as well as some advice related to professional self-care. There will be time available for questions and discussion.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Demonstrate how to help children cope with the pandemic.
  2. Identify common reactions to a pandemic.
  3. Apply strategies to deal with distress and exercise self-care.

EARNING CEUs
SNA CEUs: 1.0
Key Area 3: Administration
Key Topic 3400: Human Resources and Staff Training
Sub Topic 3450: Employee Health, Safety & Wellness


CPEUs for RDNs and NDTRs
Activity Number: 157792

Suggested Performance Indicators
  • 1.3.3 Builds rapport and trust within the relationship while respecting boundaries.
  • 3.1.1 Identifies strengths and opportunities for self-improvement and improvement in others.

Suggested Learning Need Codes
8110: School foodservice

CPEUs:1.00
CPE Level: 1
SNA CDR Provider Number: AM007


Please note that you have the option to submit an evaluation of the quality of this conference directly to the Commission of Dietetic Registration. Email contact:
cdr@eatright.org

SNA CEUs and CPEUs are awarded after the successful completion of the post-webinar quiz.

Contributors

  • Dr. David J Schonfeld, MD, FAAP

    Director, National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement
    Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

    David J Schonfeld, MD, FAAP established and directs the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement (www.schoolcrisiscenter.org), located at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He is Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Keck School of Medicine. Prior faculty positions have been in the Department of Pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine; Head of the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; and Pediatrician-in-Chief at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children and Chair of Pediatrics at Drexel University School of Medicine.

    For over 30 years, he has provided consultation and training to schools on supporting students and staff at times of crisis and loss in the aftermath of numerous school crisis events and disasters within the United States and abroad, including the COVID-19 pandemic (2020); terrorist attacks of the World Trade Center (2001); school and community shootings and stabbings in Santa Clarita, CA (2019); Parkland, FL (2018); Newtown, CT (2012); Benton, KY (2018); Las Vegas, NV (2017); Thousand Oaks, CA (2018); Floresville, TX (Sutherland Springs church) (2017); Marysville, WA (2014); Osaka, Japan (2001); Corning, CA (2017); Aurora, CO (2012); Platte Canyon, CO (2006); Chardon, OH (2012); and Townville, South Carolina (2016); flooding from hurricanes Maria in San Juan (2017), Sandy in NY and NJ (2012), Katrina in New Orleans (2005), and Ike in Galveston, Texas (2008); tornadoes in Joplin, MO (2011) and AL (2011); wildfires in Butte County, CA (2018); Sonoma County, CA (2017) and in the Great Smoky Mountains in Sevierville, TN (2016); and the 8.0-magnitude in Sichuan, China (2008).

    Dr. Schonfeld frequently speaks (with over 1,000 presentations) on the topics of crisis and loss and has authored more than 150 scholarly articles, book chapters, and books. He has conducted school-based research (funded by NICHD, NIMH, NIDA, the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, William T Grant Foundation, and other foundations) involving children’s understanding of and adjustment to serious illness and death and school-based interventions to promote adjustment and risk prevention. Dr. Schonfeld is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Disaster Preparedness and Recovery (formerly Disaster Preparedness Advisory Council) and the National Biodefense Science Board. He served as a Commissioner for both the National Commission on Children and Disastersand the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission in CT. He served as President of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics from 2006-7.



  • Ashley K. Powell, PhD, RDN, SNS

    Child Nutrition Director
    Auburn City Schools
    Auburn, AL
    Connect with me on LinkedIn

September 16, 2020
Wed 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 15M

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