Return to Practice Checklist: Overview of the COCOO COVID-19 Clinical Practice Directive
On May 26th the College of Chiropodists of Ontario (COCOO) released an update to the “COVID-19 Pandemic Clinical Practice Directive”, a guidance document to ensure a safe gradual restoration of all deferred and non-essential and elective services. In the gradual restart of services, College members must comply with the guidance document requirements and implement measures that will require adjustments to office space and scheduling in order to meet the Ministry of Health, Public Health Ontario, and COCOO standards and advisories, in order to promote a safe environment for the provision of in-person health services by Members.
Join Sasha Kozera, a member of the COCOO Council, as she will provide an overview of the guidance document and its implications for Chiropodists/Podiatrists in Ontario.
Thursday, June 4, 2020
7:15 - 8:00 p.m. EST
You will receive a webinar link after you have registered for this event.
Sasha Kozera B.Sc., D.Ch is a Chiropodist registered with the College of Chiropodists of Ontario. She is currently serving her second term on College Council and is an active member of the Standards and Guidelines Committee.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic Sasha has contributed to the development of a Return to Practice Framework for Members practicing in the FHT/CHC sector, development of the various COCOO COVID-19 documents, and also currently serves as the Lead for the COVID-19 Task Force at the Chatham-Kent Family Health Team (CKFHT).
Sasha continues to work as the Subject Matter Expert in Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) for the CKFHT and COCOO representative for the IPAC Knowledge Translation and Exchange Working Group with the Office of the CMOH, PH, MOHLTC for all regulatory colleges .
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