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4th Annual Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference

Conference Description: The care given to a patient during a critical care stay must be delivered in a way that manages the patient from a medical, psychological and most importantly, a humanistic standpoint.  Often times, the medical and psychological take precedence and the functional independence and holistic care that helps to identify a patient’s life roles is overlooked.  It is these factors that make early rehabilitation for these patient’s so important in allowing the patient to make a recovery that is meaningful to them and their quality of life. We know that intervention provided by highly skilled physical and occupational therapists has been shown to not only minimize these risks, but to improve quality of life for these patients in both the short and long term.  Evidence supports that mobility levels are shown to be higher when you have physical and occupational therapists involved in a patients care early on when compared to the mobility level achieved by nursing mobility alone. The care provided by physical and occupational therapists at its core, lends itself to more holistic, patient-centered and comprehensive care model.  At Henry Ford Hospital, physical and occupational therapists are trained to have a standard level of competency when treating in this environment in order to provide the highest quality of care to these patients. This has provided therapists with the confidence, knowledge and current evidence in practice to advocate for patients, educate the multidisciplinary team and understand the physiological implications in providing therapy to a critically ill patient.  Henry Ford Health currently provides early rehab in over 215 ICU beds across the system.  In this 4th annual conference, we offer content across the ICU experience spectrum.  From the novice therapist in the ICU to those with advanced ICU practice, we provide information to enhance the delivery of care in this environment for all experience levels through webinars and a live virtual format

This course is intended for Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Occupational Therapy students, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, and Physical Therapy students.

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CEUs will be available, approved by APTA Michigan, and qualifies for NBCOT CEUs. Please check with your state licensing body to determine if courses approved by APTA MI are eligible for CEUs in your state. 

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Early Bird Pricing

Until March 31st, 2023

Regular Pricing

After March 31st, 2023

Day 1 only:

Thursday, May 11, 2023 12:00-5:00p EST

Foundational Courses for Acute Care Rehabilitation

Virtual/On Demand with Live Synchronous Q&A - 4.5 CEUs

$100 $150

Day 2 only:

Friday, May 12, 2023 8:00-4:00p EST

Foundational Courses for Critical Care Rehabilitation

Virtual/On Demand with Live Synchronous Q&A - 6.5 CEUs

$150 $200

Day 3 only:

Saturday, May 13, 2023 8:00-4:30p EST

4th Annual Critical Care Rehabilitation - Main Conference

Virtual Live Synchronous all day - 7.5 CEUs

 $350 $400

Full Conference All 3 Days

Full Conference All 3 Days - Total: 18.5 CEUs

Promo Codes Available; student, employee, previous attendee please email us prior to registering.

Day 1: Thursday, May 11, 2023

Foundational Courses for Acute Care Rehabilitation - 4.5 CEUs

Day 2: Friday, May 12, 2023

Foundational Courses for Critical Care Rehabilitation - 6.5 CEUs

Day 3: Saturday, May 13, 2023

4th Annual Critical Care Rehabilitation - Main Conference - 7.5 CEUs

$450 $500



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