The AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative will host a Sept. 25 webinar on a program designed to care for hospital caregivers who experience a stressful event or outcome during patient care. Leaders from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C., will discuss their Care for the Caregiver program and the benefits of creating a program that cares for health professionals. For more information and to join the 12 p.m. ET webinar, click here.

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