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2021 Virtual WSATA Annual Symposium
July 24, 2021
Suicide Prevention Training: UW Psychiatry "All Patients Safe" www.apsafe.uw.edu
Free Until November 2021
NATA COPA Con 2021 Virtual Conference on Practice Advancement: AT Leadership and Value in Patient-Centered Care
2 to 6 p.m. CST Friday, March 26, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. CST Saturday, March 27 LEARN MORE HERE
Secondary Schools COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures
Anti-Racism Education VIEW HERE
Washington State Department of Health Athletic Trainer Update
On March 26, Governor Jay Inslee issued proclamation 20-25 on healthcare worker licensing. The proclamation waived certain statutes and rules with the intent to increase the health care system’s capacity to respond to COVID-19. The proclamation is in effect until midnight on April 25, 2020, unless extended by legislative approval.
The Governor’s powers to issue proclamations that waive law during emergencies ( RCW 43.7.06.220(4)) states that no orders concerning waiver or suspension may continue longer than thirty days unless extended by the legislature.
Waiver of continuing education requirements for returning from expired to active status
The Governor has waived continuing education and training requirements to return from expired to active licensing status by waiving WAC 246-12-040(3)(a)(v), (b)(viii), (c)(vi), (ix), (xi) through April 25,2020.
Extension of health profession license expiration dates
As a reminder, to allow health professionals to focus on patient care during the COVID-19 outbreak and reduce the economic burden on providers not able to work during this emergency, the Secretary of Health has extended health profession license expiration dates to September 30, 2020. Governor’s Proclamation 20-32 provides authority for this action without agency rulemaking.