‘We are stronger… Because of COVID’: PFCC Conference set for March 16

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2021's Patient- and Family-Centered Care Conference takes place Tuesday, March 16.

Augusta University Health continue to witness the remarkable work of our entire health care team in response to the intense demands of caring for patients and families during the COVID-19 crisis.

This year’s Patient- and Family-Centered Care Conference for AU Health employees highlights resilience and strength during critical challenges and identifies how “We are stronger … Because of COVID.”

Hear from an AU Health patient who survived COVID and what mattered most to her during this experience. Listen to leaders, clinicians, and frontline staff sharing poignant lessons by standing on the foundation of patient- and family-centered care. Learn how patient- and family-centered care remains the cornerstone of  AU Health’s standard of care during COVID.

As we cautiously begin to see a decrease in patients with COVID and make plans to resume health care differently, the PFCC team recognizes the silver linings that AU Health carries forward and builds upon, despite COVID.

The conference takes place from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16. You may register to attend in person or virtually. (There is limited seating due to physical distancing.)

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Henry Hanks

Henry Hanks is Senior News & Communications Coordinator at Augusta University. Contact him to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-522-3023 or hehanks@augusta.edu.

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