One benefit of being a part of IPRC is finding colleagues at other organizations across the country and around the world who provide the same services that you do. Each quarter we will feature a different IPRC member organization to celebrate the amazing work you do and help you get to know one another. Established […]
A 2st Century Service Delivery Model: Providing the Right Therapy at the Right Time Presented by: Michelle Leiter, RN, CRRN, Professional Development Coordinator, Primary Children’s Hospital, Rehabilitation Department Elizabeth Bauer, OTR/L, Coordinator OT/PT Services Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Division of Occupational and Physical Therapy The presenters discussed a successful pediatric rehabilitation service delivery model […]
The minutes from IPRC General Membership Meeting held Thursday March 20, 2014 with an an update on IPRC activities from 2013 and moving forward are now available to members. Members can log in below. Webinars are free to members of IPRC! Fees for non-members are $149. Consider joining today.
A very interesting networking call was held on Monday January 13, 2014. There was sharing about outcomes tools for dysphagia and including Pediatric Dysphagia Outcome Tool (PDOT). Members can log in below. Webinars are free to members of IPRC! Fees for non-members are $149. Consider joining today.
Best Practice -What really matters in evidence based practice? Excellent conversation was held on Wednesday October 2, 2013. The IPRC Best Practice and Innovation Work Group engaged in a discussion on best practice related to the Evidence Based Practice. This was a collaborative opportunity for clinicians to share their experiences related to EBP. One resource […]
The IPRC Best Practice and Innovation Group held its 2nd networking teleconference on Monday, July 15th. The topic of discussion was related to the outcomes measure tool, NOMS; National Outcomes Measurement System. There was an opportunity for sharing how some organizations are using this outcomes tool to define best practice. Questions were raised about other […]