Monoclonal Antibodies Treatment and Prophylaxis in Long Term Care

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Webinar: Antibodies (2/3/22) $175.00

About the event

Credit Card payment is required at checkout. Attendee's individual user name and password will be required when registering in the NYSHFA | NYSCAL portal. If you are not sure of your login information or have questions, please email Erin Armstrong at before registering.


This session will discuss the treatment and the prophylactic use of the monoclonal antibodies in the fight against COVID-19. Participants will learn how to identify which residents should receive this as well as how to administer, monitor and document the monoclonal antibody infusion. Discussion regarding obtaining consents and billing procedure will also be included in the presentation.      

At the end of this webinar, participants will:

  • Explain how monoclonal antibodies assist in the treatment and prophylaxis of COVID 19
  • Identify which resident should receive monoclonal antibodies
  • Discuss common questions asked in consents
  • Describe the administration, monitoring, and documentation in long term care
  • List vaccination consideration after monoclonal antibody administration
  • Use proper billing codes for the procedure

This session will be presented by Dallas Nelson, MD CMD FACP | University of Rochester & Nicole Halsey, RN, Director of Nursing | Shore Winds Nursing Home 

Target Audience

Administrators, Executive Directors, Nursing Staff, Rehabilitation Professionals and other Interdisciplinary Team Members. 


1.5 CEUs is available for ALAs and LNHAs.


One day prior to the session, all registrants will be emailed:

  • A link to the webinar program
  • Handouts for the presentation, including a credit and evaluation form for CEUs.

PLEASE NOTE: Cost is per connection. Multiple participants may listen in on one connection at the cost of one registration. Multiple lines from the same facility will be invoiced an additional registration fee.

Refund & Cancellation Policy

No refunds will be issued after the webinar.


When & Where
Feb 3
3rd February 2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM