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2021 AAWC (Virtual) Annual Meeting
HOW SMARTIES SURVIVE & THRIVE IN A TIME OF UNCERTAINTY

Featuring an update on COVID-19

Participants will have an opportunity to win a free door prize! (Please provide your mailing address and contact information so that we can mail the prize or arrange pick-up if you're selected as a winner.)

Thank you to our sponsors, PECO and Keystone First

Mar 6, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Rhona Cooper
Clinical Coordinator, Public Health Preparedness @Philadelphia Department of Health
Ms. Cooper is the MCM Coordinator and the Closed POD Coordinator for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH), where she is a member of the Bio-Terrorism and Public Health Preparedness Program. She is an active participant in Philadelphia's Health Care Coalition, representing PDPH. She has led outreach to and engagement of potential Closed POD partners, including not only acute and long term care health organization, but also law enforcement, government and critical infrastructure agencies that will be on the forefront of emergency response. Prior to joining PDPH, Ms. Cooper worked for 28 years with the School District of Philadelphia, first as a school nurse and then as a school nurse administrator. Ms. Cooper has been a proud member of the Philadelphia Medical Reserve Corps since 2011.
Yong Tong Li
Psychiatrist @Cpl. Michael J. Creascenz VA Medical Center,Philadelphia
Dr. Yong-Tong Li is a board certified psychiatristand a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Currently she practicesat the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Philadelphia.  She is passionate about community outreach,and about suicide prevention in young people. She is one of co-founders of the Mental Health Forum for Chinese Americans(MHFCA).   She was a counseling psychiatrist at the Counselingand Psychological Services of the University of Pennsylvania for more than 17years and was an attending psychiatrist at the Hall-Mercer, Community Mental HealthCenter of Pennsylvania Hospital for more than a decade. Since the CoVID-19pandemic, Dr. Li has been doing volunteer work on psychological peer supportfor front line health care providers, and community outreach mental health throughMHFCA.