During this webinar the presenters discussed: As the country moves to reopen gradually, rules, regulations, policies, and recommendations are swiftly being amended, but valid concerns remain about how to safely run an outpatient facility during a pandemic. Members had an opportunity to ask questions of APTA staff and colleagues in the spaces of physical therapy and infection control to assist with facilitating evidence-based safety precautions and best practices as outpatient facilities remain open, and reopen. It is recommended that participants read the Considerations for Outpatient Physical Therapy Clinics During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis document prior to the event.
Keeping Safe While Reopening Outpatient Clinics: A Live Q&A (Recorded Event)
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