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HHSC Quarterly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Autumn Perry
31:23
Autumn Perry, College Foundation of West Virginia/WVHEPC
Tina Combs
31:25
Tina Combs, Martinsburg-Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce
Maggie Cortes- Telamon
31:35
Maggie Garrido-Cortes Telamon Corp
Alexander White
31:38
Alexander WhiteJefferson County SchoolsSocial and Emotional Support
Rebecca Cavanaugh
31:42
Rebecca Cavanaugh Counselor at South Jefferson Elementary
Tina's iPhone 5
31:45
Tina Stover, WVU Medicine
Tammy Kees - Senior Life Services of Morgan County
31:49
Tammy Kees, Senior Life Services of Morgan County, Inc. - Berkeley Springs. Email - tammy_kees@yahoo.com
Margaret Cogswell
31:59
Margaret Cogswell CEO Hospice of the Panhandle
Karen Fairall
32:10
Karen Fairall Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle
Judith Jones
32:10
Hi, all Judy Jones, Collaborative Steering Committee and Board Member, Jefferson Co. Health Department.
Robin Kees
32:17
Robin KeesHabitat for Humanity of the Eastern Panhandle
Emily Hawver Burlington Family Services
32:53
Emily Hawver Burlington Family Services Parents as Teachers program
Bridget Covell
34:01
Bridget Covell WV Adult Education through EPIC bccovell@wvesc.org
Angela Lawrence
35:13
Angela Lawrence, WVU Extension Faculty and Family and Community Development Extension Agent angela.lawrence@mail.wvu.edu
Mary Brittingham
47:44
I am concerned how the country will be affected now that certain states are lifting their mask mandates at such a crucial. Dr. Marsh do you have any thoughts about this?
Doug Anderson
49:28
There’s been lots of talk about variation in vaccine rates. Do you plan to adjust those? Adjust for other risk factors such as focusing on minorities, increasing proportions for vulnerable frontline workers, contact tracing results, proximity to other hot zones, traffic patterns?
Pat McMillan FCCH
49:44
Homeless people seems to have low compliance with masking and distancing. Can they be prioritized for the one-shot J&J vaccination? Also concerned about elderly in senior housing, they have low mobility and lack of personal transportation.
Kathy McIntyre
50:02
If repeat vaccination will be needed, what is the projected frequency?
Alexander White
50:49
Will our immune systems eventually end up weaker due to a year's worth of being subjected to fewer germs, bacteria, etc?
Shane Price
51:21
Should a person who had Covid-19 still get the vaccine? If so, how long should a person wait before being vaccinated?
LouAnne Kramer
54:27
And how blessed I am that my 98 yr old mom has made it through
joni
55:16
Joni Greenberg
Anita
56:53
ANITA HINES COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
Doug Anderson
01:00:49
How does your team plan to address vaccine hesitancy? Communication campaign plan to activate the public? Contact with hard-to-reach groups or persons of color? Recruiting and recognizing volunteers? Common talking points for elected officials and leaders?
Alison Mee (she/her)
01:03:38
Are we reaching undocumented residents with vaccination at similar rates to general population?
Doug Anderson
01:17:57
Has there been a state-level lessons learned collection sessions to adapt to the surge in more vaccinations? What went right? What are the opportunities to improve? What prevents you from building on current success? Do you plan to share best practices and ideas?
tina burns
01:19:37
evidence of variants in WV? if so,which strains?
Mary Brittingham
01:27:04
Thank you for such a wonderful informative session!
ntaggart
01:28:10
Thank you, Dr. Marsh!
Corey Beahm
01:28:15
thank you
Tammy Kees - Senior Life Services of Morgan County
01:28:18
Thank you
Eric Anderson
01:29:05
Awesome discussion, Dr. Marsh!
Jacqueline Columbia
01:30:55
Is the recording going to be available to participants. I have to leave a little early and don't want to miss any of the presentation. Thanks so much for bringing this to HHSC!!
Trina Bartlett
01:32:23
This meeting is being recorded and will be available.
Tammy Kees - Senior Life Services of Morgan County
01:32:33
Wonderful
ntaggart
01:47:58
I would like to see mobile mental health for seniors
Mary Brittingham
01:49:18
I love the idea of mobile treatment for a variety of reasons.
Kathy McIntyre
01:49:25
I agree Nichole. It would be wonderful if the hospital or clinics could provide on-site services for LTC residents.
ntaggart
01:49:29
Thank you , Mary!
ntaggart
01:49:57
Are we using chat or having men interrupt?
Doug Anderson
01:50:30
We need to do some CPR - Complement, Praise, and Healthcare workers!
Margaret Cogswell
01:50:49
Now we are seeing people who are really interested in vaccination, I suspect there will come a time when we have vaccinated those who are clear about their desire to be vaccinated. how do we address vaccine hesitancy so we truly get to herd immunity and protection for our community?
Mollie Ravenscroft
01:54:02
Is there a plan for mobile vaccination clinics for those who are homebound?
Pat McMillan FCCH
01:54:11
Governor Justice has billions of CARES $$ that could be deployed for these purposes
WVU HSC East
02:02:46
carla.toolan@wvumedicine.org
Dana
02:03:33
There is a vaccination clinic today at Destiny Church.
Doug Anderson
02:07:13
Is there a link for the FRN membership form?
Dana
02:08:02
Contact me for info on Chronic Pain Self-Management, Chronic Disease Self-Management and Walk With Ease dana.dejarnett@wvumedicine.org
Trina Bartlett
02:08:34
http://frnotp.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/HHSC-member-2020-21-form_.docx
Alison Mee (she/her)
02:08:58
OnTrack! and Jefferson Berkeley Alliance on Substance Use Prevention are cohosting a drive through resource fair on April 24th. Agencies are welcome to participate or give materials to Lou Anne Kramer or myself to distribute. At the Sheriff's departments. 9-11 in Jefferson and 1-3 in Berkeley.
Mollie Ravenscroft
02:09:13
Sorry - couldn't seem to get unmuted The agenda that was sent out has links to information on work groups and membership forms. Please let me know if there are any problems with those links.
Tammy Kees - Senior Life Services of Morgan County
02:11:05
Thank you