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Physiotherapy electronic outcome measures: Value for your patients

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Back by popular demand, we are hosting another course:

Date: Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm EST
Speakers: Mark Werneke, Kerry Kittson, Laura Mensch

Hosted by FOTO

Register for April session

DESCRIPTION OF SESSION:

In order to provide the best possible physiotherapy care to our patients, outcome measures are needed; but have you heard of electronic outcome measures (eOM)? In this session, physiotherapists Mark Werneke and Kerry Kittson will discuss the value of eOM for both public and private physiotherapists and share patient examples. You will learn how eOM engages patients in their care, guides treatment, facilitates professional development, and is a timesaver for you and your patients.

To provide physiotherapy eOM services to members, CPA has partnered with Focus On Therapeutic Outcomes Inc. (FOTO). Sign up for this free Webinar, and you will receive a coupon for 2 months of free FOTO use!

SPEAKER BIOS:

 

Mark Werneke is a full-time clinician presently working at a hospital-based outpatient clinic. Mark is interested in outcome-guided patient management and has been collecting outcomes during routine clinical practice for 30 years. Mark has published many peer-review articles and has presented both internationally and nationally on topics related to MDT and the biopsychosocial management of patients with low back pain.
 
Laura Mensch is the CPA FOTO (Focus On Therapeutic Outcomes) Provider Relations Representative dedicated to Canadian physiotherapists.  Prior to joining FOTO, Laura was in the telecom industry as an Accounts Team Leader responsible for accounts in France and Asia.  She has over 15 years of experience in international sales and sales support roles. She holds a Master’s degree in French and a Bachelor’s in French and International Business. 

Kerry Kittson is a registered physiotherapist and is the Practice and Policy Coordinator of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is passionate about advancing the profession of physiotherapy in Canada, and is the FOTO Lead. Kerry earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree at Queen’s University.