Join the Southwest District for an upcoming CE Event on Wednesday, June 6. Find Quick Answers to Your Clinical Questions, 1 2 3 to EBP! (How to navigate around the web efficiently to find quality research, covers 5 levels of evidence, etc)
What: Sleuthing in Physical Therapy: 6 Easy Steps for Accessing and Applying the Evidence to Clinical Decisions
Where: Mercy Health| 3300 Mercy Health Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45211
When: Wednesday, June 6
Time: 7:30 - 9 PM
Cost: OPTA Professional Member $20 | OPTA Student Member $15 | Non-Member Professional $25 | Non-Member Student $20
CEUs: 1.5 CEUs approval # 18S6991
Location Info: T004 is the room number for the event at Mercy West. If you go to the entrance just to the right of the main entrance of the hospital, you’ll go over a bridge walkway. After entering the building, you’ll make an immediate left. You’ll see an elevator or a spiral staircase. Take either of these downstairs. When you come off these, make an immediate left (cafeteria will be on your right). Follow this hallway to the room, which will be on your right.
Registration Deadline: June 5, 2018
Speaker Info: Amy M Schlessman, PT, DPT, DHS Amy Schlessman attended Ohio University for a Master of Physical Therapy degree and the University of Indianapolis for a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and a Doctor of Health Science degree. Amy currently works as a school based physical therapist and teaches at Miami University, University of Findlay, and the University of Cincinnati. She has practiced physical therapy for over fifteen years primarily in the school-based setting, promoting physical activity embedded into academics, interdisciplinary collaboration, and the use of technology in therapy, while closely working with educators, administrators, therapists, and parents. Her research, “The Role of Physical Therapists in Pediatric Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention: Comparison of Attitudes,” has been published in the
Pediatric Physical Therapy Journal. She also published a book, “Recycle Bin Boogie: Move and Learn with Recyclables,” which combines
movement and learning with common, household recyclables. Amy teaches dynamic on-site and online courses for teachers, parents, and
therapists on a variety of topics.