An Oct. 29 Webinar by the University of Pittsburgh’s International Seating Symposium (ISS) team will discuss the impact that research has on Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) provision.
Registration is now open for “CRT Service Delivery and Clinical Assessment Research: What Happens Behind the Curtain.”
The course description notes, “Research provides structure and guidance for an ever-changing service delivery and clinical landscape for CRT provision, but do you ever wonder ‘What are they really doing, and how does it affect my practice?’
“This Webinar will provide insight into the plan, what actually happens, and how the plan changes for research related to service delivery and clinical practice in the CRT field. The panel will provide an inside look to the trials and tribulations of scoping and systematic reviews, challenges of development of a seating and mobility assessment index, unveil the mysterious world of CRT research, and identify opportunities for suppliers, industry partners, clinicians, policy experts, and CRT users to participate and influence research in the field.”
The Webinar’s presenters are Carmen DiGiovine, Ph.D., ATP/SMS, RET; Ana Allegretti, Ph.D., OTR, ATP; Matt Berwick, MA; Emma Smith, Ph.D., OT, ATP/SMS; and Rachel Hibbs, DPT, NCS, ATP.
The free Webinar offers .1 CEU to each participant who fulfills the requirements, including the completion of the course evaluation and post-test.