THU 7 MAY // 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET
Ep 16: Limb Loss Rehabilitation During the Pandemic: A Stakeholder Perspective on Barriers & Telemedicine
Guest Speaker: Prateek Grover, MD, PhD, MHA, FAAPMR, PM&R physician, Washington University School of Medicine and Medical Director for the Rehabilitation Institute of St Louis, MO.
MODERATOR: John Morris, PhD, FACRM
Senior Clinical Research Scientist
Crawford Research Institute, Shepherd Center
Upon completion of the webinar, learners will be able to:
- Understand the patient’s rehabilitation journey after limb loss
- Understand the infrastructural requirements and stakeholder roles in usual care
- Describe barrriers created by the pandemic relating to infrastructure and for the stakeholders
- Present how telemedicine may be able to integrate stakeholders and infrastructure to continue to provide care
- Enable participants to adapt this information to their local context
ABOUT PRATEEK GROVER
Prateek Grover is a board-certified PM&R physician, currently faculty at Washington University School of Medicine, and Medical Director for the Rehabilitation Institute of St Louis, MO. In addition to a PM&R residency at Washington University in St. Louis, he has completed a PhD in biomedical engineering and National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research fellowship at Marquette University, and a Masters in healthcare administration at Missouri State University. He approaches rehabilitation with the adage “Alone we go fast, together we go far”.
IMPORTANT: To obtain Continuing Education (CE) credit, you are required to SIGN-UP FOR CE prior to or immediately following the live webinar and remit non-refundable payment of $29.00. Additionally, you must personally login to the webinar so that ACRM is able to validate your participation.
1-1:05 pm Introduction and Objectives
TARGET AUDIENCE: Rehabilitation professionals (Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and physicians in physiatry and internal medicine, and other related specialties).
OCCUPATION THERAPY: A certificate of attendance for 1.0 contact hours will be provided at the conclusion of this activity
CONTENT LEVEL: Introductory
FIRST CONTENT FOCUS: Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention
SECOND CONTENT FOCUS: Professional Issues: Contemporary Issues and Trends
COURSE KEYWORDS: Orthotic/Prosthetic, Physical Rehabilitation, Professional Issues
“The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA”.
PHYSICAL THERAPY: CSMC is a recognized by the Physical Therapy Board of California as a continuing competency approving agency. This course is being offered for 1.0 hours of continuing competency credit in California.
Partial credit will not be offered. Requirements for credit include full attendance at the workshop and participation in discussion, completion of course evaluation and post-test.
QUESTIONS: For questions regarding credit, special needs and accommodations, cancellations and other requests, please contact: MariaCecilia.Alpasan@cshs.org or call (310)423-5243. For information on grievances related to this workshop, please include the name and date of this workshop and submit the complaint to the contact provided above.
DISCLOSURES: There is no commercial support for this activity. CSMC is offering this course as a co-sponsor with the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. Acknowledgements will be made at the beginning of the educational event.
The following faculty have these relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose:
- Pateek Grover – Other Financial relationships: Travel and accommodation expenses, Focus group meeting on First Step Patient Resource Manual, Amputee Coalition, Dec 2019, Washington DC
Non-Financial: Program Director (Amputation Rehabilitation) at The Rehabilitation Institute of St Louis
Chair- Limb Restoration Rehab Networking Group at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
Board member (Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee) at Amputee Coalition
Participants will receive disclosure information at the beginning of the workshop.
CSMC staff, as part of the planning committee for this workshop, and in its role as an approved provider in this offering, have no relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine is a co-sponsor for this educational activity.