The Department of Veterans Affairs July 8 will host a webinar featuring clinicians who will present a case-based educational session on performing cognitive evaluations for veterans with dementia warning signs when face-to-face care is not possible due to COVID-19.

The training is open to both VA and non-VA clinicians.

Continuing education credit is available for those who preregister in VHA TRAIN. Space is limited; register here.

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