OEMAC is pleased to offer accredited webinars to its membership for no charge. The webinars will be accredited and CMEs will be provided to attendees.
12-Dec-19 – 12 EST
Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome: What you need to know
- To identify the vascular, neurological and musculoskeletal components of Hand-arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
- To describe the diagnostic process and management of HAVS
- To demonstrate the need for increased awareness and prevention of HAVS
30-Jan-19 – 12 PM MST (2PM EST)
Disability management: Family Physician Perspective
- Describe characteristics of the injured worker.
- Identify challenges in managing the injured worker.
- Differentiate uncommon but important presentations.
27-Feb-20 – 12 EST
Mental Health and Work: How to handle the hard cases
- Initiate and sustain positive momentum for successful GRTW programs from the three key stakeholders;
– the client
– management/workplace supervisor
– community clinicians
- Explain their role in the process to the stakeholders
- Be able to handle some common difficult situations that arise in implementing GRTW plans for workers
4-Mar-20 – 12 EST
Using Functional Cognitive Assessments in Assisting Employees to stay at work or return to work
- The participant will be able to identify employees with potential cognitive concerns in order to determine who might benefit from a functional cognitive assessment
- The participant will be able to utilize the results of a functional cognitive assessment in order to determine appropriate return to work or stay at work strategies
- The participant will be able to implement accommodations that employees may use when cognitive concerns are identified by a functional cognitive assessment.
23-Apr-20 – 12 CST
Some of the Health Effects of Welding: Eyes, Lungs and the Brain
- Identify five health hazards potentially related to welding.
- Describe the evidence both pro and con associating welding exposures with COPD and Parkinsonism.
- Identify the strength of the association between various types of welding and lung cancer.
- List 2 strengths and weaknesses of biological monitoring for metals in welders.
14-May-20 – 12 EST
How do I sort out an occupational causation
Robert D. Hamm
- Participants will approach the challenge of occupational causation using a best-evidence framework
- Participants will analyze causation using risk assessment tools with an exposure-outcome focus
- Participants will employ a directed work and environmental history process with their specific cases
- Participants will engage search strategies to evaluate and weight the relevant published research base
- Participants will clearly communicate their findings to patients and their insurers, e.g. WCB