The Texas Medical Association, in conjunction with the Texas Department of State Health Services, has scheduled a critical conference call with Texas physicians next week. Answer your home phone at 7 pm CT, Tuesday, March 10, to take part in TMA’s Tele-Town Hall Meeting on COVID-19.
This is an opportunity get information to proactively protect your practice as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout Texas. Key discussion topics will include working with local/regional health department and how to counsel your patients. TMA President David Fleeger, MD, will moderate the hour-long event, and a number of specialists will participate in the discussion.
Potential speakers include the following:
• John Hellerstedt, MD, DSHS commissioner
• Wendy Chung MD, chief epidemiologist, Dallas County Department of Health and Human Services, and current chair of TMA’s Council on Science and Public Health
• Jennifer Shuford, MD, DSHS infectious disease medical officer
• E. Linda Villarreal, MD, chair of the TMA Board of Trustees
• TMA staff experts
Not only is this an opportunity to learn more about a critical topic, but participants also have the opportunity to earn one hour of CME credit for education in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.
Click here to find out more information about this event.
Click here to access TMA’s online COVID-19 Resource Center.