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    CARF Webinar: Accessing Evidence for Stroke

    Evidence is increasingly being used as a prerequisite for reimbursement of services and is an ongoing mandate for rehabilitation clinicians. The use of evidence-based practice also can ensure that the most effective treatments are being provided to patients, which is fundamental to cost-effective, appropriate care. On September 18, CARF International will host a 90-minute webinar that will review easy-to-use, easy-to-access options for accessing evidence for stroke rehabilitative services. Upon completion, webinar participants should be able to:

    • Identify reliable research sources on stroke and stroke rehabilitation.
    • Discuss the importance and challenges of knowledge translation.
    • Identify tools that address the concepts of impairment, activity, and participation.
    • Identify tools that clinicians can use to make their patients and clients aware of ongoing clinical trials.

    Register today for Medical Rehabilitation Webinar: Current Stroke Research to Access and Use in Clinical Practice, September 18, noon to 1:30 pm, ET.

    APTA is a member of CARF's International Advisory Committee.


    Comments

    I would like information on this webinar please. Is there a fee for the webinar for APTA members? Thank You
    Posted by Marlene Carmona on 7/27/2012 2:57 PM
    Marlene: The link to the webinar is in the story. Click the "register today" text to follow the link to the course information (including fees) and registration. This is a CARF International webinar; APTA is not organizing the webinar and thus cannot provide member discounts.
    Posted by News Now Staff on 7/27/2012 3:29 PM
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