Taking the Mystery Out of Mastery in Stroke Rehabilitation PracticeCourse: #2854 1 Hour
This presentation will provide participants practical ways to locate and translate current evidence into their everyday practice in acute and inpatient rehabilitation. Additionally, a practical and relevant way to approach the development of continued clinical competence in stroke rehabilitation will be presented to guide participants on a path toward mastery of practice. This course is open captioned.
This course is part of the "Stroke Treatment Across the Care Continuum" Virtual Conference (Day 2).
Course created on May 17, 2016
- After this course, participants will be able to locate practical sources of evidence to guide their use of available clinical practice guidelines or to help them develop and maintain local clinical practice guidelines in stroke rehabilitation.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify barriers and facilitators to translating stroke rehabilitation evidence into clinical practice.
- After this course, participants will be able to reflect on their current indicators of clinical mastery and implement a competency-toward-competence professional development model to facilitate the development of mastery in practice.
|5-10 Minutes||Experience vs. Mastery: What Does it Mean to be a Master Clinician?|
|10-15 Minutes||The Master Clinicians Perspective on Experience, Evidence and Clinical Reasoning in Stroke Rehab|
|15-25 Minutes||Taking the Fork in the Road: Evidence and Clinical Practice in Acute/Inpatient Rehab|
|25-35 Minutes||Stroke Rehabilitation Clinical Practice Guidelines: Practical Implementation of Evidence|
|35-55 Minutes||Developing a Stroke Rehabilitation Professional Development Model for the Master Clinician|
|55-60 Minutes||Q and A, Summary|
Robert Ferguson, MHS, OTR/L
Robert Ferguson is the Stroke Program Manager and Neurorehabilitation Clinical Specialist at the University of Michigan Hospital and is an Accreditation Evaluator for the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education. In 2008, Rob was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Occupational Therapy Program at Eastern Michigan University. Rob has served as a course instructor and guest lecturer at several OT programs in Michigan. Locally and nationally peer-reviewed and invited professional presentations include topics such as the therapeutic use of technology in stroke rehabilitation, neuroprosthetics in neurorehabilitation, neurodynamic concepts in neurorehabilitation, manual therapy in neurorehabilitation, professional advocacy and licensure.
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