Biweekly Rehabilitation Science Seminars are designed to foster interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. The lecture series includes both local and external experts in rehabilitation-related research, with a primary emphasis on neuromuscular plasticity. This forum provides the students an opportunity to get familiar with research activities at the University of Florida and Rehabilitation Centers and Institutes across the country. Following the presentations, students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty are given an opportunity to meet with the speakers and discuss research ideas and projects.
Spring 2022 Rehabilitation Science Seminars will meet noon – 1 p.m. via Zoom.
Spring 2022 Seminar Schedule
|1/12/2022||Register||Recording||Karen W. Hegland, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Florida||Longitudinal Investigation of Upper Airway Functions in Parkinson’s Disease|
|1/26/2022||Register||Antje Mefferd, PhD CC-SLP, Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Neurological Diseases and Their Impact on Speech Motor Behavior|
|2/9/2022||Register||Recording||Roxanna Bendixen, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Associate Professor University of Pittsburgh||Sleep & Circadian Rhythm Dysfunction in Boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy – Observation to Intervention to Implementation|
|2/23/2022||Register||Recording||Heather K. Vincent, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Florida||Breaking The Mold: Running-Related Mechanics and Therapy Considerations for “Nontraditional” Runners|
|3/23/2022||Register||Recording||Josh Yarrow, PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Florida||TBD|
|4/13/2022||Register||Recording||Hongwu Wang, PhD, Assistant Professor and Director, Technology for Occupational Performance (TOP) Lab||TBD|
Fall 2021 Seminar Schedule
|9/8/2021||Register||Recording||Kelly Hawkins, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS, Research Assistant Professor, University of Florida||Rehabilitation strategies to promote walking automaticity after spinal cord injury and in aging|
|9/22/2021||Register||Recording||Simone Gill, PhD, OT, OTR, FAOTA, Associate Professor, Boston University||Movement as a Door to Participation|
|10/13/2021||Register||Adam Buchwald, PhD, Associate Professor, NYU||Using tDCS to optimize stroke recovery in acquired speech impairment|
|10/27/2021||Register||Recording||Roy Coronado, PT, MPT, PhD, Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Achieving Psychologically-Informed Rehabilitation through Integration of Health Technology|
|11/10/2021||Register||Recording||Charles Ellis Jr., MA, PhD, Professor and Chair, University of Florida||Health Disparities and Health Equity in the Rehabilitation Sciences: Issues Related to Post-Stroke Aphasia|
|12/8/2021||Register||Stefanie C. Bodison, OTD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor, University of Florida||TBD|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are CEUs submitted automatically or do I need to submit a certificate?
If you practice in Florida and attended the seminar, we will submit your license to CE Broker for you to receive credit.
If you are a PT/PTA who practices out-of-state, Chyna Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org will send you a digital certificate for you to submit to your State board. If you are an OT/OTA who practices out-of-state you will receive a digital certificate from OTContinuingEd@phhp.ufl.edu .
Do I need to submit a survey or post-seminar assessment to receive CEU credit?
You do not need to complete any post-seminar assessment to receive credit.
How long should it take for me to see my credit in CE Broker?
Please allow 1-2 weeks before inquiring about CEU credit. On weeks when there is a holiday, please allow up to 3 weeks for us to submit licenses into CE Broker.
Who should I contact if I have any questions regarding CEU credit?
If you are a PT/PTA and have any questions, please reach out to Chyna Miller at email@example.com. If you are an OT/OTA and you have any questions, please reach out to OTContinuingEd@phhp.ufl.edu.