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Webinar Recording now Available

Building a Best-in-Class Respiratory Protection Program

Building a Best-in-Class Respiratory Protection Program

Apr 29 2021 WebEx Webinar

Building a Better RPPIn this webinar, guest speaker Cristin Conner MS, BSN, RN presented PeaceHealth's strategies for achieving a best-in-class respiratory protection program. Central to achieving this goal was transitioning from using qualitative respirator fit testing methods to a quantitative fit testing program.

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Learn how the education, training, and fit testing accuracy gained from the PortaCount® Respirator Fit Tester helps their staff achieve the most protection possible from their N95 respirators.

Watch the recorded 1-hour webinar and learn how PeaceHealth implemented their new RPP from start to finish, the challenges they overcame, and the benefits they gained.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Cristin ConnorCristin Conner MS, BSN, RN, PeaceHealth System Director for Employee Health, is a recognized clinical leader focusing on occupational health, safety, and associate wellbeing. She has over 20 years of health care experience and is committed to a culture that focuses on caregiver safety and improved health and wellbeing resourcing. Cristin has worked in many direct care nursing roles, as well as a tenure in chronic disease management and wellbeing for Blue Cross Blue Shield. She has lead caregiver health and safety initiatives for acute care, insurers, and large municipalities/employers. Crisitn is currently pursuing an MBA in International Public Health Management through the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel, Switzerland.