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CDPH Infection Prevention Webinars

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The California Department of Public Health (CDPH)—with the California Association of Long Term Care Medicine (CALTCM), California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF), and Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG)—hosts a weekly Wednesday webinar on infection prevention for long term care facilities to discuss any recent updates on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and provide a venue for addressing questions. The webinars focus on infection prevention guidance for SNFs. It is recommended that SNF infection prevention staff attend. Local health departments and SNF administrators, directors of nursing, and medical directors are also encouraged to attend.

Please register in advance; space is limited. A recording link will be available the day following the webinar.

Day of the webinar event: Call-in telephone number for all webinars is: 415.655.0003. You may join via computer (using your computer or telephone for audio) or by telephone only. (If you join the video portion of the webinar, for a better webinar experience we recommend you have WebEx call your phone—don't dial in yourself).

Register for Upcoming Webinars

Register for any or all 2nd quarter 2022 Wednesday CDPH infection prevention webinars at one time! All webinars begin at 3 p.m. PT. (Note that the Thursday 12 noon CDPH phone call has been discontinued.)


If you join by phone only, dial in at: 415.655.0003.


May 18. Online link: Event number: 2454 986 2980

May 25. Online link: Event number: 2460 345 2953


June 1. Online link: Event number: 2452 171 5793

June 8. Online link: Event number: 2458 339 1760

June 15. Online link: Event number: 2462 438 2783

June 22. Online link: Event number: 2467 210 5230

June 29. Online link: Event number: 2453 679 0294


Past Webinars

CLICK HERE to find past weekly webinar recordings, slides, and other links.


Weekly Call Notes

CLICK HERE to find notes from the weekly Wednesday webinars and Thursday phone calls beginning March 22, 2021. 
CLICK HERE to find notes from Sept. 2020–Feb. 2021 (scroll to the bottom of the linked page to find the notes).