COVID-19 Virtual Briefing Series 

NHMA and its partners held its first virtual briefing on COVID-19 in May of 2020.  The NHMA COVID-19 Virtual Briefing Series addresses timely lessons learned by physicians and healthcare providers from the COVID-19 pandemic on managing chronic care patients, mental health, the future of healthcare delivery, elderly issues, and terminal illness planning.

Register and watch on Zoom or Facebook Live HERE!

Next Up: 

Date: Wednesday, October 26th, 2022 
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM ET
Upcoming Webinars
November 2022: TBD
January 2023: TBD (CME offered)


Previous Webinars

Session 5: Building Vaccine Confidence Webinar Recording
ession 6: Increasing Vaccination Rates in Latino Communities 
*Live CME*

Session 7: COVID-19 Impact on Latino and Black Communities: Where Are We Now? *Live CME*
Session 8: Monoclonal Antibody Therapy for COVID-19 Latino Patients *Live CME*
Session 9: COVID-19 and Vaccination Roundtable: Mythbusters Edition
Session 10: How to talk to the Latino Gen Z Community about the COVID-19 Vaccines *Live CME*
Session 11: COVID-19 Variants & Uptake of Vaccinations among Latinos *Live CME*
Session 12: COVID-19 Vaccines and Women's/Children’s Health (With DC/Metro Chapter) 
Session 13:  Vaccinate For All: How Medical Associations, the Private Sector, and the Media are Mobilizing Against COVID-19
Session 14: January COVID-19 Virtual Briefing Session, Veterans & Telehealth in collaboration with AMA
Session 15: Mental Health: Addressing Burnout in Healthcare and Families
Session 16: COVID-19 Isn't Over Yet: Increasing Vaccinations Among Latinos in Overlooked Hotspots *Live CME*
Session 17: COVID: The Great Unifier, Divider, and Accelerator



Aetna Foundation – CVS Health




Centene Corporation

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Compassion and Choices


Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Pfizer, Inc