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Stay tuned for AMP-specific online resources. In the meantime, expand your knowledge and earn continuing education credits with these courses developed in conjunction with the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.
Evaluating Patients with Critical Illness: An Introduction for Rehabilitation Professionals
This module contains live recordings from the 4th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference which give a basic understanding of the critical care environment (including ICU devices, medications, and mechanical ventilation) tailored for rehab clinicians, including assessment tools and clinical decision-making for safe rehab of ICU patients. For: Rehab Clinicians, including PT, OT, SLP, Rehab Techs and Assistants.
The Basics of Creating and Sustaining an Early Rehabilitation Program
This module contains live recordings from the 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Topics: rationale and evidence for early rehabilitation; basics of implementing and sustaining an ICU rehabilitation program (including aspects of culture change and structured quality improvement methods); importance of ICU delirium and strategies to manage it; the roles of PT, OT, SLP, RT and RN in an early rehabilitation program
Advanced Topics in Early Rehabilitation of Critically Ill Patients
This module contains live recordings from the 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Topics: patient and family perspective on early rehab and ICU survivorship; literature on outcomes after critical illness; multi-disciplinary rehab interventions in the ICU; and ways to expand scope of early rehab in the ICU and across the hospital, including improving sedation and delirium, and measurement of patient function.
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