Selling Safely: Best Practices For Field Reps As Healthcare Facilities Reopen

June 29, 2020, 3:00pm EST

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This webinar program will provide healthcare industry professionals with a comprehensive toolkit of information, tips, and tools to protect themselves while interacting with healthcare customers amid the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. Basic steps such as handwashing, using Personal Protective Equipment correctly, and self-monitoring can greatly stop the risk and spread of COVID-19 infection. During this program, the speaker will also provide a top ten list of simple and impactful steps you can take as a healthcare industry representative to remain safe during this time of uncertainly. The objectives of this webinar include:

  • Review the current status of the COVID-19 Pandemic and future predictions
  • Discuss top ten tips to keep your employees safe while interacting with healthcare customers
  • Review the CDC’s recommendations to stop the spread of COVID-19 infections and protecting your family from risk


J. Hudson Garrett Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases | University of Louisville

Dr. Hudson Garrett is the President and CEO of Community Health Associates, LLC. and has a faculty appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He also co-founded the nonprofit the Infection Prevention Institute to help shepherd dissemination of best practices of infection prevention and control across the healthcare continuum of care globally.

Dr. Garrett holds a Graduate Certificate in Infection Prevention and Infection Control and has completed the Johns Hopkins Fellows Program in Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control. This year he was inducted as a Distinguished Fellow and Practitioner in the National Academies of Practices. He is also a Fellow in the Academy of National Associations of Directors of Nursing Administration, the American Academy of Project Management, and a Senior Fellow of the Management and Strategy Institute. He holds graduate certificates in healthcare leadership from both Cornell and the University of Notre Dame. He is also an appointed member of the advisory committee for the Design Thinking in Healthcare Program at Rutgers University. He is a frequent international lecturer in the areas of infectious diseases, healthcare associated infections, and infection prevention and control. He holds Board Certifications in Patient Safety, Healthcare Quality, Vascular Access, Prehospital Emergency Medical Services, Flexible Endoscope Reprocessing, Critical Care, and Infection Prevention and Control.