Course Evaluation

Thank you for taking part in one of our local CE Program sessions.  Please complete the below course evaluation.  

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Course Assessment *
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Scientific evidence was provided to substantiate course content
Information presented will be useful in my healthcare career
Information was presented free from commercial bias
Technology was user-friendly & appropriate to support participant learning (if applicable)
Quality of the physical facilities was conducive to learning
Speaker Assessment *
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The speaker was professional and knowledgeable on course content
The speaker was qualified and held my interest
The speaker was timely and organized
Speaker Assessment - Amy Todd *
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The speaker was professional and knowledgeable on course content
The speaker was qualified and held my interest
The speaker was timely and organized
Speaker Assessment - Bambi Lombardi *
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The speaker was professional and knowledgeable on course content
The speaker was qualified and held my interest
The speaker was timely and organized
Speaker Assessment - Glenn Gaston *
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The speaker was professional and knowledgeable on course content
The speaker was qualified and held my interest
The speaker was timely and organized
Speaker Assessment - John Rheinstein *
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The speaker was professional and knowledgeable on course content
The speaker was qualified and held my interest
The speaker was timely and organized
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe aspects of patient evaluation that are essential for designing an appropriate othosis
Compare/Contrast the indications/contraindications for prefab, custom-fit/designed AFOs
Identify aspects of foot, ankle and knee alignment/functions necessary in specific Rx prescriptions
Identify and compare components, materials, clinical indications used in the fabrication of AFOs
Explain process of fitting and important therapy training concepts
Identify important therapy training concepts that are necessary to achieve long term goals and positive outcomes for an individual utilizing an AFO
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Identify the functional phases of anatomical foot and ankle motion
Describe how prosthetic design has attempted to mimic the functional phases of foot/ankle motion
Discuss the concept of an overload spring foot design
Describe how passive motion feet aide the user when traversing slopes, ramps and uneven terrain
Discuss how powered prosthetic feet aide in normal gait and assist in traversing inclines and stairs
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe aspects of patient evaluation that are essential for designing an appropriate othosis
Compare/Contrast the indications/contraindications for prefab, custom-fit/designed AFOs
Identify aspects of foot, ankle and knee alignment/functions necessary in specific Rx prescriptions
Identify and compare components, materials, clinical indications used in the fabrication of AFOs
Explain process of fitting and important therapy training concepts
Identify important therapy training concepts that are necessary to achieve long term goals and positive outcomes for an individual utilizing an AFO
Course Objectives Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives, and I am now able to: *
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Compare and contrast upper and lower limb amputations on general functions, prosthetic utilization, patient populations and impact of limb loss
Review prosthetic options
Discuss prescription rationale for determining the best prosthetic system for individuals with transradial or transhumeral limb loss
Identify appropriate prosthetic systems for a variety of patient scenarios
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Explain the correlation between normal and development of deformational plagiocephaly
Describe implication of torticollis as it relates to development/mgmt of deformational plagiocephaly
Identify key features that distinguish synostotic from non-synstotic plagiocephaly
Demonstrate/Describe the procedure for obtaining standardized measurements of the infant skull
Classify head symmetry in an infant based on assessment findings according to type and severity
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Compare and contrast the classification of fracture types as: closed; comminated; dislocated; malunion and non-union
Discuss goals of orthotic management of a fracture
Describe the benefits of a fracture orthosis to the user of such a device
Discuss the clinical indications for various fracture orthosis designs, such as: wrist-hand; wrist hand elbow; humeral; ankle foot; tibial; knee ankle foot and hip knee ankle foot devices
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Summarize anatomic foot and ankle function during gait
Describe Medicare Functional K-levels and the ambulatory needs for each level
Describe types of prosthetic feet that have been assigned to each K-level and how the feet then benefits users
Identify enhancements that can supplement prosthetic foot function
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Identify the physical/functional attributes of the user that determine which prosthetic knee indicated
Define the Functional Level (K-level) classification system established by Medicare
Discuss variables that induce poor function of prosthetic knees
Compare and contrast the functional characteristics of a variety of categories of prosthetic knees
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Identify basic orthotic and prosthetic services and products with regard to L-Codes, functional levels, and patient utilization
Identify appropriate style and type of orthotic and/or prosthetic devices for individual's needs
Synthesize optimum and most cost-effective treatment options for patients requiring orthotic and/or prothetic services
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Communicate the benefits of using outcome measures with lower limb prosthetic patients
Discuss current assessments in outcomes collection
Define correlation with outcomes and standard of care
Identify trends in adult limb loss populations
Review sample patient case studies/best practice approach to rehab and a successful care plan
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Recall common terms associated with prosthetics
Identify and describe levels of amputation of the lower limbs
Discuss a generalized time line for rehabilitation
Identify typical components used in the fabrication of a lower limb prosthesis
Interpret and discuss hypothetical patient profiles
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe the difference between off-the-shelf, prefabricated and custom fabricated spinal devices
Identify the nomenclature for spinal orthoses by recognizing the commonly used abbreviations
Describe common functional components of a spinal orthosis and their anantomical relevance
List the different types and functional use of spinal orthoses
Describe the potential benefits and complications associated with the use of spinal orthoses
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Recall common terms associated with upper limb prosthetics
Identify and describe levels of amputations of the upper limb
Describe the design and structure of an upper limb prosthesis, comparing prosthetic options
Summarize the benefits and limitations of body powered and myoelectric prosthetic systems
Explain the rehabilitation plans for the prosthesis
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe the postoperative & early rehabilitation process for lower extremity traumatic amputation
Describe the goals and benefits of postoperative management
Compare the effectiveness of various forms of postoperative prosthetic treatments
Develop a post-op & rehab treatment plan
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Comprehend the effectiveness of various forms of postoperative prosthetic modalities
Describe the postoperative early rehabilitation process
List the benefits of postoperative treatment for the rehabiliation of an individual
Compare the techniques for immediate and early prosthetic interventions
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Outline orthotic treatments for traumatic injuries spinal and lower limb fractures
Define burn and scar management orthotic techniques
Explain the benefits of family and peer support resources
Discuss the importance of developing an interdisciplinary health care team
Course Objectives Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives, and I am now able to: *
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Describe the etiology and incidence of partial hand amputation in the United State
Discuss steps the rehabilitation team can take to assist the individual with partial hand loss achieve successful outcomes
Compare and contrast the prosthetic options available for the patient with partial hand loss
Course Objectives Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives, and I am now able to: *
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Describe the design principles and goals of sport orthoses
Compare/contrast the indications and contraindications for various orthoses
Identify various components and materials used in the fabrication of sport orthoses
Compare/contrast the clinical indications for various sport orthsis designs
Explain the process of proper orthotic device delivery, therapy training and long term outcomes
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Understand the relationship between (CMT), (CA) and the impact of cranial remolding orthoses
Complete a thorough evaluation of an infant utilizing objective measures
Understand the relationship between CMT, CA and developmental milestones
Recognize the importance of referring patients to the appropriate health care professionals
Discuss the benefits of creating an interdisciplinary team approach
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe basic pathophysiology of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) and its implications
Identify common orthoses used in the treatment of scoliosis
Specifically compare various types of orthoses
Differentiate the indications, advantages, and disadvantages of the orthoses used for AIS
Value the importance of multidisciplinary team approach in treating AIS
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Describe the mechanical advantages of stance control knee orthoses
Compare and contrast the clinical indications and contraindications for stance control orthoses
Compare and contrast the functional characteristics of a locked knee KAFO to a stance control orthosis
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Compare and contrast the processes of transfemoral prosthetic component configuration of bench, static and dynamic alignment
Identify common transfemoral gait deviations
Explain the cause(s) of common transfemoral gait deviations
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Compare and contrast the processes of transtibial prosthetic component configuration of bench, static, and dynamic alignments
Identify common transtibial gait deviations
Explain the cause(s) of common transtibial gait deviations
Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Interpret operative reports for a TMR patient and integrate into the treatment plan
List the impacts of TMR surgery on treatment design and ADL participation
Write goals for patients post TMR throughout different stages of therapy
Deliver meaningful conversations with patients on different types of prosthetic options, including functional differences
Identify different control strategies associated with myoelectric prosthetics and confidently train patients to use them
Self-Assessment Tool: How confident were you in your knowledge? *
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Before the course?
After the course?
How likely would you be to recommend Hanger Clinic’s Continuing Education Program to a colleague or friend? *