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 2021 Rehabilitation Science Seminars will meet noon – 1 p.m. via Zoom.
|1/27/2021||Zoom Registration||Recording||I-Ting Hwang, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, National Taiwan University||Asian immigrant parents’ perceived parental role and role enactment while supporting their child with developmental disabilities in the United States|
|2/10/2021||Zoom Registration||Recording||Rick Gach, PT, DPT, CMPT, KTCC, CEAS, Physical Therapist, Memorial Regional Hospital and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital||“Keep Your Move in the Tube”: An Evidence-Based Clinical Approached Implementation of a New Paradigm for Management of Cardiac Patients After Sternotomy|
|2/24/2021||Zoom Registration||Recording||Corinne Jones, PhD, CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin||Quantification of Physiology in Oropharyngeal Dysphagia|
|3/10/2021||Zoom Registration||n/a||Alison Barnard, PT, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, University of Florida||Using Natural History Data to Model Disease Progression in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy|
|3/24/2021||Zoom Registration||Recording||Allen Lewis, PhD, CRC, Dean and Professor, SUNY Downstate Health Services University||Telerehabilitation: Benefits, What We Know, and Cautions|
|4/14/2021||Zoom Registration||Recording||Katherine Hutcheson, PhD, Professor, The University of Texas||Supportive Care Trials in HNC Survivorship: Optimizing Swallowing Outcomes along the Continuum of Care|
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 into CE Broker for you to receive credit.
If you are a PT/PTA who practices out-of-state, Jacky Scott 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?