NRRTS debuts tele-seminars
LITTLETON, Colo. – In another move to make continuing education opportunities more accessible to rehab technology suppliers, NRRTS will host five tele-seminars starting next month.
NRRTS announced recently that it has also launched The Continuing Education and Legislative Advocacy Conference (For that story, go to: http://www.hmenews.com/index.php?p=article&id=hm2007123R1iRd).
“A lot of suppliers can’t get the money to travel, so this gives them another venue for getting their continuing education,” said Executive Director Simon Margolis. “If they complete the five sessions, they’ll have enough CEUs to meet their ATS or ATP requirement.”
The University of Pittsburg will award 0.2 CEUs for each completed tele-seminar.
The series costs $75 for NRRTS registrants, $100 for friends of NRRTS (FONs), and $150 for all others. Individually, the tele-seminars cost $20 for registrants, $25 for FONs and $35 for all others.
The monthly tele-seminars, which kick off Feb. 21, will cover topics like pressure mapping, pelvic stabilization and medical justification for tilt. Rita Hostak, vice president of government affairs for Sunrise Medical and president of NCART, will close the series in June.
“RTSs need clinical information,” Margolis said. “They get a lot of business education elsewhere, from The VGM Group and The Med Group.”
To ensure participants complete each session, NRRTS will require they take a short quiz and complete other measures, Margolis said.
For more information, go to www.nrrts.org.