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As a reminder due to the size of the group/# of participants, please place your questions for the guests on telehealth and clinical reasoning in the chat box.
Do you have any guidance on assessing/facilitating safety of the service user at risk of falls?
We are doing virtual fall risk screenings at WSSU. Happy to share info.
As educators, have you developed any learning plans for your students to practice the telehealth model? Do you have recommendations on areas that are could more easily transition to this educational model for students (i.e. movement analysis/exercise)?
Can Dr. Lee give reference for where we can find those assessment tools that have already been studied as valid in telehealth? I know he mentioned Tinetti but I cant find the link in the PPT. Thank you!
I believe it was Fritz and Wainner who stated that the diagnostic process is an exercise in probability revision, and that we also need to keep in mind a threshold level of certainty at which we are "sure enough" to act. Without being able to put our hands on our patients, how do we have to adjust our threshold (or do we have to adjust our threshold) with telerehabilitation? Also, how would CIs build confidence in their students' decision-making when they are lacking that hands on assessment with the patients? Sorry for the lengthy question. Thank you!
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we have done telehealth with our pro bono clinics as well as senior wellness screens and grand rounds at bellarmine
Dr. Wolf's reference to this camera: https://wyze.com/
Randy D Trumbower, Steven L Wolf. Physical Therapy, Volume 99, Issue 5, May 2019, Pages 519–525, https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/pzz008
to Dr Kegelmeyer - article citation: Validity and reliability of Internet-based physiotherapy assessment for musculoskeletal disorders:a systematic review. Suresh Mani1, Shobha Sharma2, Baharudin Omar3, Aatit Paungmali4 and Leonard Joseph1
Stacia Troshynski Brown
What are your thoughts about best ways to promote and support clinical reasoning with students in interprofessional telerehab experiences? (We currently have PT, OT, SLP students and faculty providing care through telerehab for our pro bono clinic.) Happy to share some of our lessons learned. firstname.lastname@example.org
We've been doing telePT with CI:2 SPT model very successfully at UMN. Those students had to change their communication with patients, get explicit about what they were wanting to achieve, and derive information in hands off ways that really made them own their reasoning differently than in person experiences. Happy to discuss with others who might be interested (email@example.com)
Thursday's Rothstein Roundtable lecture at APTA Next (https://www.apta.org/NEXT/) will debate the promise and pitfalls of telehealth.
Robert Englander at U of Minn and formerly at AAMC came out quickly with EPAs on telemedicine - I think attached the files before
Dr. Lee and Dr. Wolf, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, experience and expertise in telehealth and telerehabilitation.
Thank you all! This has been wonderful :)
Thank you all so much!
Thank you!!! Stay safe
Thank you very much!
Stacia Troshynski Brown
Thank you, everyone!
Thank you everyone! This has been fantastic!