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Advocates Collaborative Educational Series (ACES) 

Who Should Attend:  Patient Advocates, regardless of background or training 

When: The last Monday of each month 

Time:  5:00 PM Eastern Time - Feel free to join early for check in and casual conversation

ACES consists of an engaging, virtual 1-hour meeting.  The program commences with a  presentation by subject experts, followed by a guided group discussion and case studies where participants have  the opportunity to share their own experiences. Each session concludes with a brief Q&A period. Participants are encouraged to network and exchange information before and after the session. To gather feedback and insights on meetings, presenters, issues, and future topics, we utilize polls and surveys.

Pulse ACES program is approved for 1.0 Ethics CE by the Patient Advocate Certification Board (PACB) to satisfy the requirements for Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA).

To help offset the costs of our programs we do request a fee of $20 to process CEs for Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPAs). If due to hardship you cannot pay the fee, please contact Pulse at 516.579.4711 before the program so arrangements can be made. We do not want to turn anyone away. Evaluation must be completed to receive certificate and will be available for 24 hours after the program.

Because we are concentrating on the March 14th and 15th Family Centered Patient Advocacy Training, all programs will resume in April. Hope to see you then!

Join us for the upcoming ACES session and be a part of an engaging discussion on healthcare topics that matter. Register now to secure your spot and receive the Zoom link directly in your email. 

February 26, 2024
5:00 PM Eastern Time

This ACES presentation will address the challenges and importance of effective patient/family advocacy during hospital discharge, highlighting the pressures faced by families and providers and providing actionable steps for advocates to ensure a safe transition home or to a Skilled Nursing Facility/Rehab Center.

Preventing Unsafe Hospital Discharges

Jackee Namwila BCPA

David Fielding, BCPA, MPH 

Jackee C. Namwila, BCPA, is a healthcare consultant with extensive experience in consulting for various healthcare entities and managing a mental health clinic. She also serves on the Medical Advisory Council to Mildred Elley College and ASA College. Previously, she held leadership positions at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and has been involved with organizations such as Women in Health Care Management (WHM) and HFMA. Additionally, she volunteers at women's shelters and pantries.

David, an experienced patient advocate, draws on his background as a healthcare executive and former long-term care regulator to support families in navigating the healthcare system. He provides guidance on understanding rights, accessing health records, improving health literacy, and securing public funding when available. As an active Pulse Center Advisor and volunteer, David has contributed to the development of various programs, including the TakeCHARGE Campaign and ACES.

ACES Leadership Team

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David Fielding, MPH, BCPA

Kira King, PhD, BCPA

Your donation will directly contribute to our efforts in raising awareness, providing education, and advocating for positive patient outcomes.

Summary Disclaimer: The information which is shared during Pulse meetings and programs does not constitute professional advice and should NOT be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the diagnosis and treatment of any illness either physical, mental or emotional.  Read Full Disclaimer Here





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