Functional Job Analysis: Identifying Job Demands in the Clinic

Title: Functional Job Analysis: Identifying Job Demands in the Clinic

 Course Overview:
Understanding job demands is a fundamental part of developing rehabilitation programs for injured workers, yet clinicians sometimes struggle to access quality information.  This 2 hour program helps clinicians evaluate commonly encountered examples of job information, and decide how to generate the most resource appropriate description of baseline work demands.  Conversational interviewing will be discussed, as well as strategies to triangulate data and validate job information to optimize content validity.

General Information: Additional course information
Faculty: Biographies
(Daley, Yeager)

Intended Audience:
Licensed professionals including Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Athletic Trainer, Physician, Physician Assistant, Chiropractor, Occupational Health Nurse, Certified/Registered Kinesiologist, Exercise Physiologist or Case Manager.  Consideration of other health/safety personnel based on space and background.
Program Level (AOTA): Introductory
AOTA Classification Category: 2- Occupational Therapy Process
Prerequisite: Download course materials from link sent via email prior to training
Delivery: Online
Student Ratio: 15 to 20:1
General Teaching Method Overview: Webinar lecture, case examples
Informed Consent: No
Duration:  2 hours (1.75 contact hours)
Completion Requirements: Attend all course sessions, class participation/engagement in learning activities.