Interprofessional Education Series - 12/17/18 - PM Session
Physical Therapists (PTs), Physical Therapy Assistants (PTAs), Occupational Therapists (OTs), Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs), Registered Nurses (RNs) and Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) who work in the home health care setting are invited to learn about "Post- Intensive Care Syndrome" and "Supervising Across Generational Differences".
Everyone must RSVP by Monday, December 3, 2018.
(EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018)
Please direct questions to Event Coordinator, Michelle Adams, RN - firstname.lastname@example.org
A nominal fee of $40 applies for any non-BAYADA clinician.
Criteria for Successful Completion of Activity to Claim CE Certificate
- Attend planned length of activity missing no more than 10 minutes
- Validation by CE Administrator of attendance via sign-in sheet
- You will receive an email, after 1-2 business days, prompting you to complete an evaluation on education.bayada.com
- Evaluation must be completed within 1 month of event before course expires.
Physical Therapists (PTs)
Physical Therapy Assistants (PTAs)
Occupational Therapists (OTs)
Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs)
Registered Nurses (RNs)
Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs)
Intermediate—Information is geared to practitioners with a general working knowledge of current practice trends and literature related to the subject matter. Focus is on increasing understanding and competent application of the subject matter.
At the end of this educational activity the learner will be able to:
Post - Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS):
- Interpret and integrate data obtained from laboratory and other clinical tests.
- Interpret the impact of medical/ surgical acuity and/or complexity, procedures and how the presence of comorbidities of these systems affects patient care management, function, and participation.
- Adapt interventions in response to changes in an individual's clinical status as well as for specific patient problems to meet patient's needs, including the needs of patients who are oxygen- dependent or ventilator- dependent in intensive care units.
Supervising Across Generational Differences
- Define the five generations within healthcare today.
- Identify which generation they belong to and the sterotypes that define them.
- Apply generational communication strategies to real life situations.
- Design a learning activity specific for each of the five generations.
- Reflect on generational biases that may limit interaction with students, coworkers, and patients.
Lunch is on your own.
No relevant conflict of interest or financial relationships were disclosed for this educational activity by any of the authors or presenters.
Mary C. Sinnott, PT, DPT, M.Ed
Mary C. Sinnott, PT, DPT, M.Ed is a Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy of the College of Public Health at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. For ten years, Dr. Sinnott served as the Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. She is now the Director for IPE and Pro Bono Services. She is a graduate of Temple University (BS in Physical Therapy and M.Ed in Exercise Physiology) and MGH Institute of Health Professions. Dr. Sinnott maintains her clinical practice at Temple University Hospital on the acute care consult service. In addition, she has lectured across the country on topics that range from the impact of pathophysiology on function to leading organizational change.
Janette Scardillo, PT, DPT, CBIS
Janette Scardillo, PT, DPT, CBIS is currently the Director of Clinical Education for the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton. She has held various leadership positions in the academic and clinical setting. Currently she serves on the Clinical Education Technology Workgroup for the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Education Section, the American Council for Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) Leadership Academy Planning Committee, and on the APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program Level 1 Workgroup. Additionally, Dr. Scardillo was recently selected by her peers to serve as a Nominating Committee Member for the ACAPT National Consortium of Clinical Educators. As a professor and clinical educator, Dr. Scardillo has become very interested in generational differences and how they impact our interactions in healthcare. Additionally, she has a research interest in looking at how professionalism and leadership is developed in graduate students to prepare them for their future in the healthcare field.
- 4.00 Contact hours (ANCC)
- 0.40 Continuing Education Units, CEUs (AOTA)
- 0.40 Continuing Education Units, CEUs (State Board of Physical Therapy)
- 4.00 Participation
Everyone must RSVP by Monday, December 3, 2018. (EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018)
Please direct questions to Event Coordinator, Michelle Adams, RN- email@example.com
A nominal fee of $40 applies for any non-BAYADA clinicians.
If course is cancelled:
By BAYADA; if the education is cancelled for any reason the learner will receive a full refund for any applicable course fee. BAYADA will not be responsible for any associated fees or costs such as travel or lodging.
By learner; any applicable course fee will be refundable up until one (1) day prior to date registered for the education. After this date the course fee may be non-refundable. BAYADA will not be responsible for any associated fees or costs such as travel or lodging.
Should adverse weather conditions arise that would make it unsafe to conduct this event, all registered attendees will be made aware of cancellation or postponement of the event by 10pm on December 16, 2018.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any grievances and the complaint will be addressed within two (2) business days. Complaints will be disseminated to all appropriate parties for review and resolution of any conflicts or grievances.
Contact email@example.com for consideration of request. If special needs accommodations are not available, the participant will receive a full refund for any applicable course fee.