KPTA - Update on COVID-19 in Physical Therapy Practice
Join KPTA for an update on COVID-19 for Physical Therapists. Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS, Emeritus Epidemiologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will discuss COVID epidemiology, transmission, and current US national guidance for health care providers working in a physical therapy setting. The 1 hour presentation will be followed by a 30 minute panel discussion with members of the KPTA board and question and answer session.
- Describe the current epidemiology of COVID-19 in the United States
- Discuss COVID-19 transmission risks in the physical therapy setting
- Review current CDC guidance for health care providers
- List challenges and barriers faced by physical therapists during the COVID-19 pandemic
This webinar is approved by Kansas for 1.5 CE credits. You will receive a certificate shortly following the presentation and if you are a member of the CEU Locker, this course will automatically be added to your account.
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About The Speaker(s)
Craig Roberts is an epidemiologist and physician assistant with more than 30 years of clinical and research experience in public health and infectious disease. Mr. Roberts coordinated infectious disease surveillance, case investigation and outbreak response at the University of Wisconsin-Madison student health service from 1990 to 2015. He is a prior chair of the Emerging Public Health Threats and Emergency Response Coalition of the American College Health Association and currently serves on that organization’s COVID-19 Task Force. An expert in college population health, he consults and lectures frequently on topics relating to epidemiology, outbreak response, and infectious diseases of young adults.