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The Northern District Super Saturday meeting has been postponed - please check back for details.

6/16/2018
When: Saturday, June 16
Reg Starts at 8:30 AM
Where: University of North Florida, Brooks College of Health, Bldg 39
1 UNF Drive
Jacksonville, Florida  32224
United States
Presenter: Multiple Presenters
Contact: Ashley Samuel

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The Northern District Super Saturday meeting has been postponed - please check back for details.

About the Meeting

Earn up to five (5) live hours of continuing education towards 2019 license renewal!

Time

Session Title

Additional course information pending

Presenter

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Registration and Coffee


9:00 AM - 10:55 AM
How Physical Therapists in the Industrial Setting can Reduce Injury and Improve the Health Paradigm Andrew Schreiner PT, DPT
10:00 AM - 10:55 AM
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Concussion Care Nata Salvatori PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT
Sarah Lahey PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist
11:00 AM-11:55 AM Confidence: The Essential Factor in the Fall Risk Assessment of an Older Adult  Bonnie Rogulj PT, DPT, GCS
12:00 PM - 12:55 PM
Northern District Business Meeting & Lunch**
 
1:15 PM - 1:45 PM
Student Research Presentations - 5X5 Format

2:00 PM - 2:55 PM
Building Brand Equity Matt Daugherty PT, DPT, OTR/L

3:00 PM - 3:55 PM

(concurrent)

Value-Based Physical Therapy Eric Uveges PT, DPT
Back to the Future: Screening Patients with Low Back Pain and Implications for Physical Therapy Management David Shirey PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

**Lunch will be provided for individuals who pay to attend the courses before/after this business meeting. No lunch will be provided for those attending only for the business meeting. Remote access will be provided for the business meeting only at no charge, please register to receive instructions for joining the session.

 

Early Bird Registration (ends June 10, 2018)

PT/PTA Members

PT/PTA Non-members

Student Members

Student Non-members

$60
$90
$15 
$40 

 

Regular Registration (onsite cash or check only)

PT/PTA Members

PT/PTA Non-members

Student Members

Student Non-members 

$70
$100
$25
$50 

 

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Directions & Parking

The meeting is located at the University of North Florida (1 UNF Drive) in Building 39, J.Brooks Brown Hall, which is the Brooks College of Health. Visit maps.unf.edu for an interactive map with a tab for a printable map.

Parking passes will not be required. Parking can be in the Arena Garage, which is across the road from the Arena, and adjacent to Building 39. If you park on the second floor, you can walk on the second level walkway (on the side closest to the Student Union) into Building 39. 

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Course Descriptions

How Physical Therapists in the Industrial Setting can Reduce Injury and Improve the Health Paradigm

The presentation will discuss how in 6 years OSHA recorded injuries are drastically reduced in an industrial manufacturing plant. The program will review what metrics were tracked and what interventions were put in place. How the program continues to be practiced, how the health paradigm can be changed, and awareness for PT is improved.

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Concussion Care

The utilization of a multidisciplinary approach is growing in the care for patients post concussion. This course will discuss common patient characteristics and examination findings that suggest when referral to several healthcare professionals may be indicated based on presentation. It will also allow participants to understand prognostic factors and play an active role in recovery when factors for protracted recovery are identified. This course will review the most up-to-date literature for recommendations on several areas of healthcare and describe the new research discoveries in the area of post concussion care.

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Confidence: The Essential Factor in the Fall Risk Assessment of an Older Adult

Confidence in balance has been determined to predict falls among older adults. Therefore, confidence should be an essential factor to consider during the performance of an older adult’s fall risk assessment. Assessment of confidence should be related to the individual, task, and environment. Based on assessment findings in relation to confidence, the older adult’s intervention should include education related to confidence and confidence-building strategies.

Student Research Presentations - 5X5 Format

Logan Taulbee, SPT, CSCS: “Backward Walking Speed – An Assessment for Balance and Mobility”


Julia Wright, SPT, CPT: “Objective versus subjective measures of physical activity in community-dwelling older adults: implications for clinical practice”

Building Brand Equity

An exciting and informative 1 hour CE course discussing the components of brand equity and its impact on physical therapy practice and the patients we treat. Attendees will be provided with strategies for relating brand equity to physical therapy marketing and building a successful brand for their physical therapy clinic.

Value-Based Physical Therapy

The goal of this presentation is to introduce and familiarize fellow physical therapists with the concept of the Value-Based Care (VBC) model – what it is, how it works, and why it matters. These questions will be answered through objective data and research performed by the APTA, as well as anecdotal data based on my experience in a pilot VBC program.

Back to the Future: Screening Patients with Low Back Pain and Implications for Physical Therapy Management

The purpose of this study is to review the change over time with how we screen patients who have pain and implications for treatment. Recently, there has been data to show an alternate form of risk assessment with direct implications to improve patient and provider communication and goal setting to result in improved outcomes through modifications to treatment.

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