The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation presents “Ask Nurse Linda” webinars, hosted by Linda Schultz, PhD, CRRN, on the last Wednesday of every month. The next webinar will be held on September 30.
During these webinars, produced by the Reeve Foundation’s Paralysis Resource Center, Schultz draws on her 30+ years of experience in rehabilitative nursing. She tackles subjects ranging from neuropathic pain and autonomic dysreflexia to how to stretch catheterization out overnight to get the best sleep.
The next live “Ask Nurse Linda” webinar, September 30, 2020, at 3:00 PM will cover COVID-19 updates and how they relate to individuals living with spinal cord injury and paralysis. Schulz will discuss the new information about the mask study and the new GBS drug in terms of the COVID-19 vaccine development, according to a media release from Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
Schultz, aka “Nurse Linda,” is the Reeve Foundation’s in-house expert and a trusted source for many people living with spinal cord injuries. Since 2014, Schultz has fielded hundreds of questions from people worldwide through her weekly blogs, live chats, and monthly webinars, creating a space where community members can find support.
She has an intimate understanding of the complications that individuals living with paralysis face daily and has made it her personal and professional mission to educate as many people as possible on proper care and health management, the release continues.
To ask Nurse Linda a health-related paralysis question, tune in to her Reeve Foundation monthly webinar on the last Wednesday of each month. Live captioning is also available. You can also read her monthly blogs and leave her a message on Reeve Connect.
[Source(s): Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, PR Newswire]