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WEBINAR: Acute Care Physical Therapy and COVID-19: How Can We Add the Greatest Value?
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WEBINAR: Acute Care Physical Therapy and COVID-19: How Can We Add the Greatest Value?

3/21/2020
When: Sat. March 21
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Eastern
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
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We have hit our maximum registration of 500. If you were unable to register, the free recording of this webinar will be available no later than Monday, March 23rd. Please visit our COVID-19 Updates & Resources web page for the link. We will also send the recording out through email and social media. Thank you!


 

In collaboration with the HPA The Catalyst, the Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy brings you:

Acute Care Physical Therapy and COVID-19: How Can We Add the Greatest Value?

 

REGISTER on the GoToWebinar platform.  Webinar access instructions will be emailed to you following registration.

Please only register if you intend to join the live webinar, as we can only accommodate 500 participants. The recording of this webinar will be available on Monday, March 23rd. Check the AACPT and HPA The Catalyst websites for the link.

 

About the Webinar:

Novel pandemics create great opportunity to challenge the way we utilize our professions’ resources and knowledge bases.  As we learn more each day about Coronavirus and COVID-19, we must also push ourselves to rethink how we can best provide care in the hospitals.  No one has the answers, but join us for a discussion designed to explore some of these challenges and discuss different perspectives.  Topics include: managing and triaging physical therapy resources during pandemic, caring for the critically ill, physical therapy in the emergency department, lessons learned from national health leaders, and caring for yourself in stressful times. 

Presented by:

Hosts:

Kyle Ridgeway, PT, DPT, CCS  
Clinical Specialist
University of Colorado Health Medical Center

  

Brian Hull, PT, DPT, MBA
Director of Rehabilitation
Baylor University Medical Center
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation

 

Special Guests:

Jim Smith, PT, DPT
Professor of Physical Therapy
Utica College

Patricia J Ohtake, PT, PhD
Assistant Vice President for Interprofessional Education
Office of the Vice President for Health Sciences and Associate Professor, Physical Therapy Program Department of Rehabilitation Science
University at Buffalo

Megan Mitchell, PT, DPT
HERT Team Lead
Denver Health

L. Maurine Coco, PT, MSPT
Director of Rehabilitation Services
University of California, San Francisco

John R. Corcoran, PT, DPT, MS
Site Director for Rehabilitation Therapy Services
Clinical Assistant Professor
NYU Langone Health 
Rusk Rehabilitation

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