Category: Training and Education

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Transfers, Travel Tips and Bladder Management On A Crowded Flight

I’ve always enjoyed traveling. One of my favorite movies is the 2009 comedy-drama “Up in the Air.” I easily identify with the main character, Ryan Bingham, played by George Clooney. Bingham, who loves his job although it requires him to fly around the country, has a goal of accumulating 10 million frequent flyer miles, putting…

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How To Go About Getting the Proper Back Support

Guest blog post by Bob Vogel My previous column, The Importance of Back Support in Overall Health With SCI, discussed how crucial proper back support is; having a positive effect on everything from pressure reduction in the lower pelvis—meaning reduced risk of pressure ulcers—better posture, reducing or eliminating back and neck pain, healthier shoulders, to…

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Pressure Ulcer Webinar Recordings Now Available

This past summer the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel hosted two webinars on pressure ulcers. Because of the limited capacity and high interest, the NPUAP is now offering recordings of the webinars. For a limited time only, you can save $25 when you purchase BOTH webinar recordings! More information on the educational webinars is below.…

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Earn CEUs from NRRTS, Darren Hammond to Present

You can earn .2 CEU from the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS). NRRTS will be hosting a webinar every two weeks, beginning June 21, 2011 and running until December. The webinars are designed for CRTSs, RRTSs, ATPs and physical and occupational therapists (advanced or intermediate). The webinars will be broadcast for respective Pacific…

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