Return-to-Campus Considerations is a limited series addressing the legal and practical considerations that institutions of higher education should keep in mind when responding to coronavirus-related concerns.
In this final installment, Husch Blackwell attorneys Mary Deweese and Ragini Acharya discuss the use of clinical students and student volunteers in the care of COVID-positive patients, identifying key considerations for academic medical centers and other institutions of higher education as they navigate decision-making with respect to their clinical programs. This webinar addresses issues related to liability and risk management, clinical affiliation agreements, and compliance with accreditation and licensing requirements, and also identifies what institutions should keep in mind for the next semester with respect to COVID-19 vaccinations.
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Past Return-to-Campus Considerations Programs
- Part I - Contact Tracing and Campus Testing
- Part II - COVID-19 Accommodations
- Part III - COVID-19 Privacy Concerns
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