Tag Archives: ICU and Acute Care

NEW ICU and Acute Care Course Added for 2016 and 2017


We are excited to announce a new course added to our offerings: ICU and Acute Care: From Early Mobilization to Discharge Decisions Presented by Chris L. Wells, PT, PhD, CCS, ATC, a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Maryland School of … Continue reading

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Early Mobilization in the ICU and in Acute Care – A Family’s Perspective


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel As a PT, it’s not uncommon to spend our days in the hospital. This fall, I got to spend more time in the hospital than I’d planned for. My dad had a stroke. Unfortunately, he was … Continue reading

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Wonderful Testimonial for Acute Care Course


Testimonial from Vivian Attendee at Management of Acutely Ill Patients – KY  “This particular course has given me clarity on how my treatments can profoundly improve my patient’s outcomes. I feel like I now have a voice in the medical field … Continue reading

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Physical Therapy Designed for Cardiac, Pulmonary Patients


Our new Faculty Member Komal Deokule shares how her clinic caters to the special needs of cardiac and pulmonary patients: Please listen to her podcast  shared here with you from “pttalker” Please share with us how your clinic meets the special needs … Continue reading

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New Intensive Lab course for Therapists Treating Acutely Ill Patients


We are excited to announce a new valuable addition to our list of distinguished faculty members: KOMAL DEOKULE PT, MSc.PT, CCS, MCSP, MPNZ, MIAP  Komal Deokule is a respected clinician and renowned instructor and brings a unique perspective from her international training and diverse … Continue reading

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Education Resources Competition – Win a Free Course


NEW NAME THAT COURSE! Coming later this year –  a course with a new unique approach. We are excited to announce a new lab intensive acute care course offered by internationally respected Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Clinical Specialist Komal Deokule, PT, … Continue reading

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Strength Exercise for Aging Adults – CEU course for PTs, OT’s and Assistants


A great CEU course from dynamic instructor: Mark Richards Whether you work in home health, outpatient, skilled nursing, a rehab center, or acute care, this course is designed to help you enhance your strength exercise treatments in a clinically realistic and practical way. … Continue reading

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Featured PTA CEU Course – The Complex Acute Care Patient


PTA’s are you looking for a CEU course? Our popular CEU course designed for PT’s OT’s and Assistants is coming to Virginia in March: Management of The Complex Acute Care Patient This course is designed to enhance the clinical decision-making … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Faculty Member Chris Perme


Our distinguished faculty member, Chris Perme has been named the recipient of the APTA Acute Care Section Lecture Award!!   Chris will be presenting the Fifth Acute Care Section Lecture at CSM 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana next year. The Lecture Award’s purpose is … Continue reading

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ICU Mobility Scores


Ann, PT posts:  DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: How are people documenting mobility in the ICU? Has anyone used the Perme ICU Mobility Score? I heard it is now being tested for validity and inter-observer reliability, and Chris Perme is presenting it … Continue reading

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