Attendees of two different conferences in Riverside — one for behavioral health and the other for emergency services — have only days left to register for the events.
The Behavioral Health Care Symposium is set for Dec. 5 and 6. The Emergency Services Forum is scheduled for Dec. 7. Both will be held at the Riverside Convention Center.
Participants at both conferences will see colleagues for the first time in two years, meet vendors, learn about new products and services, and hear about other facilities’ activities.
The Behavioral Health Care Symposium will feature speakers like John Moe, author and radio personality, and Kirsten Barlow, CHA vice president, policy.
Topics at the symposium will include changes in behavioral health infrastructure, an examination of new laws for hospitals, and a look at cutting-edge treatment options for substance use disorder.
The Emergency Services Forum will focus on emergency department (ED) management and its intersection with emergency services and the community. Attendees will learn about managing compliance surveys in an ED, discharge and throughput challenges, and active threat awareness, among other topics.
Both conferences take place during Riverside’s Festival of Lights, an annual event featuring holiday lighting.