CEUL085516 - Work Rehabilitation: Planning & Recommending Activity Based on Healing Phases

Offered By
WorkWell Prevention And Care

306 W. Michigan St., Suite 301
Duluth, MN  55802  USA

Course Description:

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.
Learning Objectives:
At the end of the training, participants will be able to –
1.   Discuss 4 client presentation factors influencing care planning in work comp, including duration of time since injury, impacted tissue type, job demands and psychosocial presentation
2.   Develop a care plan for 3 workers using basic case information such as job demands, time since injury, involved tissues and psychosocial considerations
3.   Define how work factors such as organization and culture can influence occupational reintegration after injury.

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Jan 12, 2022 to Jan 12, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX
May 3, 2022 to May 3, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX
Sep 22, 2022 to Sep 22, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX


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