About IPFCC Webinars
IPFCC's webinars continue to be a popular source of information for advancing the practice of patient- and famiy-centered care. IPFCC's webinars provide useful and timely information for individuals and organizations to develop their understanding and commitment to patient- and family-centered care. Attendees learn strategies for collaborating and building partnerships with patients and families in all health care settings. Webinars include presentations by IPFCC faculty members and nationally recognized experts.
"IPFCC webinars provide significant value for those who want to transform care."
— Becky Haines, Senior Director, American College of Radiology
Current Webinar Schedule
View a list of upcoming IPFCC webinars.
Learn more about our expert webinar faculty of health care executives, clinicians, staff and patient and family leaders.
|Registration Type||Live Webinar*||Recording Access Only**|
*A group may participate in the same room on the call-in line. Live webinar participants will also receive 2 week access to a recording of the presentation, along with a handout of the slides and additional resources.
**Recording Access Only registrants will also receive a handout of the slides and additional resources. The recording will be available to view for a duration of 2 weeks.
"The webinar was very valuable and provided wonderful ideas and tools that I can implement at my hospital."
— Tiffany Grice, Pediatric Nurse Manager, Lovelace Westside Hospital
IPFCC offers webinars on best practices and popular topics to advance the practice of patient- and family-centered care. Whether it is exploring the role of leaders, creating patient and family advisory councils, or defining the role of a patient- and family-centered care staff liaison, IPFCC webinars provide useful and timely information to deepen your knowledge and understanding of patient- and family-centered care.
Webinar Terms and Conditions
Review the terms and conditions for IPFCC webinars.
IPFCC utilizes ReadyTalk as the webinar service provider. In an effort to avoid potential technical issues on the day of the event, webinar registrants are strongly encouraged to test their ReadyTalk connection (prior to the live webinar) on the computer that will be used to participate in the webinar.
"The webinar was instrumental in giving me a vision of what is possible for our newly formed patient and family advisory council."
— Kate Niehaus, PFAC Chair, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
We'd Love Your Input!
Do you have an idea for a webinar topic? Please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org