ACRM PANDEMIC WEBINAR SERIES
ACRM is hosting a series of live webinars with experts from the Telehealth industry to provide clear and up-to-date information regarding the use of technology in the provision of rehabilitation services and research during the COVID-19 crisis.
GOAL: The goal is to provide information from the source and allow you to ask questions and try to get some straight answers for clear decision making.
DATES: The webinars will be held several times weekly at 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM PDT) starting 24 March. Please check back frequently, as we are constantly adding new content.
COST: The webinars are ‘absolutely’ FREE. However, if you want CEUs, there will be a fee of $29 and you will be required to complete an evaluation of the webinar. See important instructions below.
Follow the link below to join or learn more about an upcoming webinar.
TUE 7 JUL // 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT: Caring for the Future: Building Partnerships Between Home Health Workers and Rehabilitation Professionals in the Age of COVID-19
With Guest Speaker: Robert Espinoza, MPA
TUE 18 AUG // 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT: Alberta Rating Index for Apps (ARIA): Evaluating mHealth Apps for the Pandemic and Beyond
With Guest Speaker: Peyman Azad Khaneghah, PhD
To view previously recorded webinars in the ACRM Pandemic Webinar Series, visit the ACRM Video/Webinar Library.
A red academic cap icon denotes webinars eligible to be evaluated for 1.0 hour /.1 CEU for the following:
- Physical Therapy Board of California
These webinars are part of the ACRM Training Institute (ATI). They will be recorded, archived and freely accessible online at your convenience. Please share this resource with your staff and colleagues.
CALL FOR FEEDBACK
We are seeking feedback/input from all ISIG’s and Networking Groups within the ACRM for issues and questions regarding telemedicine, e-visits, remote practice guidelines, scope of practice, reimbursement for remote monitoring and/or telehealth encounters that have been raised by their members to be addressed by the speakers in this series. Please direct feedback to Tcompos@acrm.org.