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Session Details

Risk, Reality, and Recovery for Orthopaedic Injury in the Aging Workforce.

Track: Podium: Clinical Practice

Session Number: S204
Date: Sun, May 31st, 2020
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Description:

1. Risk for Injury
A. 4 main risk factors for orthopaedic injury among aging workers.
B. 5 employment categories with increased risk for orthopaedic injuries.
C. Assessment of risk for common orthopaedic injuries with aging workers.
D. Prevention strategies for reducing risk for common orthopaedic injuries.
2. Reality of Impact
A. The physical, psychological, and economic impact of orthopaedic injury
among aging workers.
B. Employment categories with increased risk for orthopaedic injuries.
3. Recovery Issues
A. Recovery expectations and challenges.
B. Assessment after recovery for returning to work.
C. Workforce retraining after injury recovery.
Sub-Categorization: Gerontology
Session Type: Podium

Learner Outcome: The participant will apply the information received regarding orthopaedic injuries in the aging workforce and implement appropriate practice changes.
Category: A
Sub-Categorization: Gerontology
Session Type: Podium

Learner Outcome: The participant will apply the information received regarding orthopaedic injuries in the aging workforce and implement appropriate practice changes.
Category: A

Speakers

Lead Presenter
Matthew Lowe, MDiv, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, ONC
Renewal Primary Care

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