Work Rehabilitation: Planning and Recommending Activity Based on Healing Phases

Title: Work Rehabilitation: Planning and Recommending Activity Based on Healing Phases

Course Overview:
How do work participation and healing act on each other following work injury?  What influences should healthcare professionals consider as they consult and/or advise workers and employers on stay at work/return to work options during healing?   This 90 minute program looks at the physiological and practical aspects of injury and healing in the context of work demands, work culture and pain neuroscience.  The program is designed to help rehabilitation professionals evaluate and optimize work rehabilitation, care planning and goal setting.

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

Intended Audience:
Licensed professionals ‐ Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Athletic Trainer, Certified/Registered Kinesiologist (observers such as Occupational Health Nurse, Case manager, Vocational Rehabilitation/Psychology professionals based on space and background.
Program Level (AOTA): Introductory
AOTA Classification Category:  1- Domain of OT
Prerequisite: Download course materials from link sent via email prior to training
Delivery: Online – live (GotoTraining)
Student Ratio: 15 to 20:1
General Teaching Method Overview: Webinar lecture, case examples
Informed Consent: No
Duration: 90 minutes, 1.5 contact hours
Completion Requirements: Attend all course sessions, class participation/engagement in learning activities.