2020 Annual Conference: WMC Webinar Series
The Medical Commission hosts an educational conference every year in place of a regular meeting. This conference serves as a time to educate commission members, practitioners, staff, and the public on emergent issues from subject matter experts. The conference is free and we encourage all who are interested to attend. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have canceled the in-person conference. In order to provide continuing education for our licensees, the WMC is developing a webinar series to replace our in-person annual conference. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be notified as additional webinars are added. Email us if you have a suggestion for a future webinar topic.
UW Studies COVID-19 Presence to Inform Smart Policy Decisions
Wednesday, November 4 at 12:00 pm
Dr. Keith Jerome will be discussing research at UW to determine the percentage of Washingtonians who have been infected by COVID-19. UW Medicine’s Virology Laboratory will conduct the study in close partnership with state and local public health agencies, sampling across rural and urban populations throughout the state and within racially, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse communities. Dr. Jerome will provide a one hour webinar on the study methods and preliminary findings, and discuss how these findings may impact policy decisions. More information and registration.
The Washington Medical Commission gratefully acknowledges the unrestricted educational grant from the FSMB Foundation in the amount of $10,000 to support this activity.
Recorded Webinars - Coming Soon