Protocols related to COVID-19 have evolved significantly over the last year. From masks to temperature screenings, we’ll address how the introduction of a vaccine has impacted safety protocols, and how schools are adapting and reopening. We'll also discuss how temperature screenings compliment health monitoring in a partially-vaccinated school population.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- How the introduction of a vaccine has and will continue to impact current COVID-19 protocols
- What school officials should know and do to continue to keep students and faculty safe
- The role temperature screening will have going forward
Dr. Scott Lillibridge, M.D.
Dr. Scott Lillibridge currently serves as the Senior Medical Officer and Director of the Emergency Response Operations for the Americas for the International Medical Corps (IMC). IMC is a US-based international nongovernmental organization with 30 missions around the world. IMC manages an approximately $300 million-dollar annual budget and is largely supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). IMC’s focus is on emergency medical and public health services.
Dr. Raymond Heipp
Dr. Ray Heipp is a Senior Sales Specialist at School Health. He has been working and supporting those with differing abilities since 1979, and has held many roles in the special education and general education industries.
He is an internationally renowned expert on AT products like the TAPit, and frequently speaks and consults with schools, hospitals, and clinics regarding the proper integration of all types of AT. Dr. Ray Heipp holds a PhD in Educational Administration.