Friday, September 20, 2019, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Early Bird ends August 30, 2019
6500 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park, MN 55426
“Apply neuroplasticity and exercise dosing principles for your most challenging patients, and enhance functional independence outcomes with creative and innovative treatment interventions while promoting safety for both the patient and therapist with Safe Patient Mobility Equipment”
A multidisciplinary approach to improving patient outcomes…
Get your patients doing more – Early mobility, fall prevention, neuroplasticity, bariatrics, appropriate dosing of therapeutic interventions and more! This one-day course will allow you to explore how equipment can be utilized to truly apply high repetitions, salient activities, engagement, aerobic exercise, error-allowance during rehabilitation activities, all without the fear of patient or therapist injury. Through a mix of didactic presentation, facilitated group discussion, and hands-on learning opportunities, participants will identify safe patient handling solutions to challenging cases using a spectrum of equipment and devices across the continuum of care. Additional content will explore the process of obtaining equipment in your facility, and the therapist’s role in safe patient handling programs.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Appraise current therapy practice related to current evidence for repetition, intensity, saliency and task-specific, goal-oriented interventions
- Correctly Identify at least 2 limitations of manual handling techniques for therapeutic interventions that would be overcome with safe patient mobility equipment
- Integrate SPHM equipment into 3 treatment interventions in a simulated patient case
Margaret Arnold, PT, CEES, CSPHP is a consultant and founder of Inspire Outcomes LLC. She has over 20 years of experience as a physical therapist in acute care, in-patient rehab, and out-patient care, where she specialized in complex balance dysfunction, occupational health and ergonomics; and more than 10 years as a safe patient handling and early mobility program manager and consultant. Margaret has extensive experience through her own practice, teaching and consulting on these topics. She has presented extensively both nationally and internationally and has published many articles in the field.
Continued Education Credit: 6 CHs
This course will offer PT/OT and Nursing Credit.
ASPHP Member: click on this link, log in and sign up with member discount rate
Allina Health, Methodist Hospital and Park Nicollet Employee must use this form and send by fax/mail/email with payment.
Early Bird ends August 30, 2019.
Exhibit opportunity will be open soon.
Many thanks to Handicare for sponsoring this event’s lunch.