New Challenges and New Solutions On: Work Related Injuries & Musculo-skeletal Therapy and Rehab
Work-Related Injury Workshop on New Challenges
& New Solutions
April 4 – 5, 2013
Challenges of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
April 16 – 17, 2013
Conference Center at Waltham Woods
Accreditation | Registration
*****This program is not CME or CNE accredited*****
Work-Related Injury Workshop on New Challenges & New Solutions | April 4 – 5, 2013
Occupational health doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical and registered nurses, physician assistants, physical therapists, chiropractors, clinical case managers, utilization reviewers, lawyers, court judges, occupational health and human resources staff and anyone involved in the field of work related injuries.
Challenges in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation | April 16 – 17, 2013
Occupational health doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical and registered nurses, physician assistants, physical therapists, chiropractors and any healthcare provider who manages work related injuries.
Musculskeletal injuries are often debilitating and very costly to the patient, the employer as well as the payers. Managing work related injuries requires much more than a gifted healthcare provider it also requires significant skills in knowing the rules and regulations, following proven tactical methods, effective communication among all stakeholders and certainly expert medical knowledge. Therefore we are proud to bring together a diverse group of professionals and subject matter experts to provide these educational programs to address the latest concepts, challenges, and trends in the field of work-related injury and rehabilitation. The conference is intended to increase knowledge and competence by providing opportunities for learning through lectures, discussion, workshops and interaction with faculty and peers.
Course highlights include:
- CEU Accredited Course Lectures led by world-class faculty and experts in the fields of worker injury, case management, utlization review, rehabilitation, and so forth
- Updates on the latest advances and Best Practices discussed by leading Occupational Health Doctors & Subject Matter Experts
- Various in-depth topics and discussions, including worker disability, case management, return to work procedures, and rehabilitation
- Interactive Meeting Format, featuring case based discussions, panel and round table discussions, and workshops
It is the policy of Boston University School of Medicine Department of Continuing Medical Education, that faculty disclose to program participants any real or apparent conflict of interest. In addition, the faculty is asked to disclose any discussion pertaining to the unapproved use of pharmaceuticals and devices. Complete disclosure information will be available on site in the printed course materials.
Special Services / Dietary Needs
To request reasonable accommodations for disabilities, please notify the Boston University School of Medicine’s CME office, in writing, at least two weeks prior to the start of the conference. The CME office will work to accommodate dietary requests (including, but not limited to: kosher, vegetarian, low- cholesterol, and low-sodium meals) received, in writing, at least two weeks prior to the start of the conference.
If you would like to make a special dietary request please email us at email@example.com.