Second Wave Preparedness for Clinicians
Darryl Yardley has just confirmed that he will join us on September 30th for an important discussion about telerehabilitation, virtual care, digital healthcare, and the second wave!
Recently the OPA (Ontario Physiotherapy Association) has communicated what they are doing to prepare for the second wave - as other provincial branches across the country have done as well. While advocacy is underway to support physiotherapy as an essential service, nothing is guaranteed - we are living in a time of uncertainty.
This webinar will focus on strategies to weather the second wave, how to optimize telerehabilitation and communication with patients, and practical strategies you can implement right away.
The anticipated second wave of COVID - 19 is approaching and rightly stoking fears in the minds of clinicians, clinic owners, students, new grads, and patients across Canada.
Whether physiotherapy clinics are considered an essential service or not, how are you and your patients going to weather another wave of the pandemic?
With time on your side before the second wave, you can develop a practical strategy to keep your schedule open and weather whatever this pandemic throws at you.
Join Darryl Yardley, physiotherapist and founder of Mentorship Bootcamp, on 30th September for a FREE 60-minute webinar where he’ll discuss how virtual care can be the viable strategy in your contingency plan.
Top concerns we will address in this webinar:
- What to do as patient cancellations increase
- How to manage patients who have to quarantine with their kids
- What happens if you have to quarantine!
- I'm a new grad and resident! How am I supposed to get a job in this climate?!
We will also discuss:
- Different strategies to continue to assess and successfully treat your patients in case we go into lockdown.
- How to optimize telerehabilitation and communicate with your patients
- How to market your services during the second wave
- New grad strategies to work as a physiotherapy resident until the practical exam is offered
We will open the floor to a Q&A session during the last 15 minutes of the webinar. Bring your questions and fire away—this is the webinar that's all about supporting YOU during this crisis.
Whether you are an employee, independent contractor, student, or new grad - register below (you must be logged into your account)! Space is limited to the first 100 clinicians to make sure that we can answer as many questions as possible.
We're strong. We're resilient, we work well together as a community and we will get through this.
RPT, Co-Founder & CEO of Embodia
Maggie Bergeron is a registered physiotherapist who received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 2009 after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa.
Maggie co-founded Embodia in 2014 to modernize the patient experience and to provide a simple, easy way to take continuing education courses to all physiotherapists and rehabilitation practitioners, regardless of their location, budget, or area of practice.
Maggie is the community director of TechTO Health - a health technology event that brings together thousands of health tech enthusiasts. She also maintains her own physiotherapy practice in the east end of Toronto where she works with people with persistent pain. Maggie currently serves as a mentor, placement host and holds a Status-Only Appointment (lecturer ranking) with the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto.
PT, B.Kin (Hons), M.Sc.(PT), M.Cl.Sc.(Manip), FCAMPT
Darryl is currently the Director of Quality, Risk and Therapy Services at the Brant Community Health System. He is the past chair of the Private Practice Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is a consultant with orthopaedic and neurosurgeons and has a special interest in hip and spine. He is a co-author of, Diagnosis and Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement: An Evidence-Based Approach – Chapter: ‘Evidence for Rehabilitation After FAI Surgery: A guide to Postsurgical Rehabilitation and Supporting Evidence.’ Darryl is the professor of the Business and Entrepreneurship in Physical Therapy course at Western University.
He also lectures at McMaster, University of Toronto and Queen's on business and practice management topics. Darryl is the founder of Mentorship Bootcamp - offering the business training and career mentorship to succeed in today’s competitive market. He consults with many clinic owners to grow their business, and develop the business-acumen of their therapists. He is the co-founder of EnCORE Research, and a partner of the Pelvic Health Research Collaborative. He is the co-founder of Entry to Practice Essentials, the first Canadian PCE study guide.