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NYSPFP Progressive Mobility Webinar: Redefining and Targeting Rehabilitation to Combat Immobility Harm

Thursday, March 28, 2019
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
NYSPFP, in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Activity and Mobility Promotion (Hopkins AMP) Program, will host the fourth webinar in a series on mobilizing patients to enhance outcomes by implementing an inter-professional program that promotes patient activity and mobility.

Directors of Hopkins AMP and the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation will present strategies that redefine and target rehabilitation interventions to reduce harm from immobility. The webinar will include:

• Leveraging therapists as consultants on activity and mobility
• Therapy’s role addressing multidisciplinary barriers to mobility
• Targeting therapy resources to high value consults


Michael Friedman, PT, MBA, Co-Director, Hopkins AMP
• Annette Lavezza, OT/L, Therapy Manager, Hospital Consult Services, Hopkins AMP

How to join the Webconference

(Begin logging in 15 minutes prior to start time)

2. Complete the registration questions and click “Submit.”
3. Audio- Once you are logged in, a pop-up box will appear.

Select your audio connection preference from the three options.
1. If you would like to change audio preference after you have made your selection, please click the icon to bring up the dial-in information.
Participating in the Audio Only:
• Dial: 1-800-832-0736
• Conference Room Number: *3933077#
2. Complete the registration questions and click “Submit.”
3. Audio- Once you are logged in, a pop-up box will appear.

Who Should Attend

NYSPFP encourages the participation of multidisciplinary hospital staff, including, nurses, physicians, quality and safety leaders, physical, occupational, and respiratory therapists, rehabilitation assistants, speech language pathologists, administrators, nutritionists, pharmacists, diabetes educators, pain management staff, and other leaders.

Who To Contact

If you have questions about the webinar, please contact your NYSPFP Project Manager. If you experience difficulty logging in the day of the event, please contact Registration Support at (518) 431-7867.

For more information about the Hopkins AMP program, please feel free to follow via social media (@hopkinsAMP), e-mail (hopkinsamp@jhmi.edu), or visit Johns Hopkins Solutions.

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