• 2019 Evidence Based Practice in Stroke Rehabilitation: Functional Application to Improve Outcomes

    • Date(s): February 23, 2019  –  February 24, 2019
    • Times: Saturday 8:00AM-5:00PM; Sunday 8:00AM-12:00PM
    • *Registration and breakfast are 30 minutes before advertised start time.
    • Location:

      Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital 
      Brooks Assembly Rooms 1 and 2
      3599 University Blvd. South
      Jacksonville, FL 32216 

    This course follows a blended learning approach, consisting of both online and live on-site components. Required online home study must be completed prior to the live course date. 

    Cerebral vascular accidents account for a large amount of death and disability annually across the world.  With advancing medicine, more individuals are surviving stroke than ever.  As rehabilitation professionals, it is our responsibility to provide these individuals with the most evidence-based approach to treatment to maximize functional recovery.  The goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive approach to stroke management based on functional presentation.  In addition, we will review medical, pharmacological, and anatomical characteristics in stroke management to develop a collaborative and thorough approach to treatment.

    At the end of this course, PT/OT participants will be able to:

    • Describe incidence, prevalence, and characteristics of individuals who suffer from stroke
    • Apply understanding of neuroanatomy to functional exam and treatment planning
    • Integrate task analysis into functional examination and treatment planning
    • Develop appropriate evidence based treatment utilizing the principles of neuroplasticity through case based learning
    • Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to develop comprehensive patient care plan
    • Discuss secondary risks for stroke survivors and professional role in intervention

    At the end of this course, PTA/OTA participants will be able to:

    • Describe incidence, prevalence, and characteristics of individuals who suffer from stroke
    • Correlate gross neuroanatomy with clinical findings
    • Understand and implement evidence-based interventions and collaborate with the interdisciplinary team to improve patient outcomes
    • Better understand the examination process, clinical reasoning, and task analysis in individuals post-stroke
    • Discuss secondary risks for stroke survivors and professional role in intervention

    Geoff Willard, PT, DPT, NCS
    Amy Garinger, MSOT, OTR/L

    Intended Audience:

    The information presented in this course is clinically relevant for Physical Therapist (PT), Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), Occupational Therapist (OT), and Occupational Therapist Assistants (OTA) practitioners.

    CEUs:

    1.6 CEUs (4 hours home study + 12 hours on-site)

    This course has been approved for 16 hours (1.6 CEUs) by the following boards:

    • Florida Physical Therapy Association
    • Florida Board of Occupational Therapy

    Based on the criterion provided by the AOTA this is a category 1 intermediate course that falls into the group of general practice/health/medical.

    Disclaimer: Registrations from individuals with clinical designations not listed in the intended audience for this course may be subject to removal from the course roster without a full refund. See Brooks IHL Course Policies and Procedures for details. If you are unsure or have questions related to the intended audience, please email info@BrooksIHL.org and we will be happy to help clarify!

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    • The Brooks Institute of Higher Learning will provide reasonable accommodations for learners with special needs. Please contact the Brooks IHL at info@BrooksIHL.org for more information and/or for a special needs accommodation request.
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