Interprofessional care for the chronic pain population: Lessons from an Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Program IC31
DAY Sunday 14 April 2019
TIME 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
FORMAT 4-hours Instructional course, Workgroup
ROOM LOCATION to be determined
TOPIC AREAS Clinical Practice, Pain Rehabilitation, Ped
CAREER LEVEL Introductory
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, Physicians/Physiatrist, Psychiatry, Nursing, Rec. Therapy, Nutrition/Dietician
This instructional course seeks to accomplish three primary objectives: 1) identify each disciplines role in chronic pain rehabilitation, 2) describe the importance of interprofessionalism in clinical care, 3) discuss best practices for integrating team members of varied disciplines to enhance team effectiveness and improve patient outcomes and 4) identify at least 2 strategies that can be used to optimize clinical outcomes through interprofessionalism in your specific setting. The structure of the workshop will include lecture driven education, small group activity, and question and answer section that will actively engage the audience. First, we will define interprofessionalism and review current research /literature on its importance in clinical care, though brief lecture and relevant handouts. Second, we detail a framework for developing and maintaining an effective interprofessional team, using our own team members to provide perspectives from their respective disciplines: medicine, physical/occupational therapy, social work/case management, recreational therapy, dietician, education, and psychology. Due to the promotion of interperfessionalism within our program, we have received a number of national recognitions and awards. Our program is the first and only pediatric pain program to receive CARF accreditation, and be deemed a Center of Excellence. Our interprofessional team has consistently proven good clinical outcomes and excellent patient satisfaction scores. Individual members of our team will elaborate on their contributions to the program and offer specific projects that allow for translation of our program philosophy. Examples include: the development of our core values, multiple collaborative projects in each discipline (research, education, and quality improvement) , frequent meetings for interprofessional education, and retreats for addressing program-specific problems. We also offer models of co-therapy between disciplines, ways of handling challenges and barriers (e.g., retreats, celebrating and commiserating together). The workshop will also provide a framework for how disciplines can partner up to promote outcomes. Attendees will have the opportunity to observe our team’s strategies and will receive suggestions for translating these strategies to their home institution. Third, we will address how to successfully integrate team members while maintaining good clinical care and team spirit. We conclude with active learning of all participants by facilitating small group discussions specific to each discipline to enhance translation of skills to each participants work environment and discipline. Attendees will leave with a list of resources for creating their own effective team within their home institution.
Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to:
- Identify each disciplines role in interdisciplinary chronic pain rehabilitation
- Describe the importance of interprofessional collaboration
- Discuss best practices for integrating team members of varied disciplines to enhance team effectiveness and improve patient outcomes
- Identify at least 2 strategies that can be used to optimize clinical outcomes through interprofessionalism in your specific setting
CME/CEUS 8 Hours
ACRM Training Institute registration includes CME/CEUs for the following disciplines:
- Case Managers (CCMC)
- Disability Management Specialists (CDMS)
- Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
- Nurses (ANCC)
- Occupational Therapists (AOTA)
- Physical Therapists (FSBPT-24 states)
- Physicians (ACCME-CME)
- Psychologists (APA Division 22)
- Rehabilitation Counselors (CRCC)
- Social Workers (NASW)
- Speech Therapists (ASHA)
4 hours of live instruction, continuing education credit processing, access to presentation slides (if provided by presenters), NON-ACRM members receive introductory 6- month membership.
Early Bird rate $49 for members and $99 for non-members
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