Please plan to join your fellow IPRC Members for our Annual Membership Meeting on Thursday March 20 at 12:00 noon EDT, 11:00 CDT, 10:00 MDT and 9:00 PDT. We will be sharing the efforts of IPRC over the past year and exploring new goals for 2014-2015. Look for an invitation and dial in information later […]
Best Practice -What really matters in evidence based practice? 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.
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 […]
IPRC has proudly offers these webinars as a FREE service to our members. There is a $149 fee for all NON-members, with over 5 webinars offered a year- our learnings are a bargain! Consider joining today! Join us for Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014 Networking Call 2:00pm EDT, 1:00 pm CDT, 12:00 pm MDT, 11:00 PDT […]
The IPRC’s Best Practices & Innovation Work Group conducted a teleconference on Monday, April 15th at 2:00-3:00 PM (EST). They held a lively discussion on Early Screening and Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorders, (ASD). The group of over 20 participants reviewed innovative approaches and best practices used in the management of ASD. More information will […]
IPRC is pleased to share resources from our partners and members. The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s Annual Conference will be in Toronto this year, from October 7-11, 2014. The Pediatric and Adolescent Task Force of the Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group is asking IPRC Members who might be interested in presenting on intervention […]
What defines best practice? Best practice is the process of seeking out the best available research and utilizing that research for evidence based clinical decision making. It takes into account clinical expertise and consensus as well as the patient, family values and circumstances.
2012 What defines best practice? Best practice is the process of seeking out the best available research and utilizing that research for evidence based clinical decision making. It takes into account clinical expertise and consensus as well as the patient, family values and circumstances. What drives best practice helps to shape how it will be […]
IPRC staff members can now engage in discussions with others in our new Forums. We are eager to begin sharing thoughts and ideas about pediatric rehabilitation. Of course, folks will be encouraged to post questions too! To join, click here for Forums tab and complete the registration form. Once approved- as a Forum member, you […]