Now Available For Preorder
- DVD Video - 4+ hours Instructions
- Multi-disc DVD recording with electronic manual and instructions.
- BRIGANI "BRIGGS" G. AMANTE, PT, MD
- PESI Publishing & Media
- 5/5/2017 - Available Now for Pre-Order
- CE Available:
- Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
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Define the elements of evidence-based practice in the context of
patient goals in clinical practice.
Analyze the rationale behind each step in successfully answering a
clinical question with guidance from the available research.
Determine the best treatment option/s, using the 5 steps, and apply
them to achieve excellent patient care.
Discuss evidence-based approaches for common orthopedic problems,
screening for dysphagia, early mobilization in acute stroke, early
mobilization in acute deep venous thrombosis, fall risk, chronic kidney
disease, & patients on dialysis.
Practice the five-step approach to answer a clinical question with the
best evidence currently available.
Explain the challenge when adopting a single example from evidence to
Understand statistical tests and the relevance in clinical care.
Apply quality appraisal tools, including the intention-to-treat
Clinical Scenario #1: Chronic Knee Pain
Key Concepts of Evidence-Based Practice
The 5-Step Approach in Answering a Clinical Question
Clinical Scenario #2: Right Shoulder Pain
Quality Appraisal Tools & Intention-to-Treat Analysis
Understanding Statistical Tests and Relevance in Clinical Care
Clinical Scenario #3: Exercise & Physical Modalities
Evidence-Based Screening and Diagnostic Testing in Rehabilitation
Workshop 1 - Orientation to Therapy-Related Research Databases
Systematic Approach to Finding Appropriate Databases
Workshop 2 - Utilizing Research Databases to Answer a Clinical Question
Finding the Best Answer to your Clinical Question in 5-10 minutes
Clinical Scenario # 4: Bedside screening of Dysphagia
Clinical Scenario # 5: Mobilization in Acute Lower Extremity DVT
Clinical Scenario # 6: Mobilization in Acute Stroke
Clinical Scenario # 7: Fall Risk Evaluation and Management
Evidenced Based Rehabilitation - Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis
BRIGANI "BRIGGS" G. AMANTE, PT, MD
Brigani "Briggs" G. Amante is a physical therapist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a Fellow in Nephrology at the University of Colorado Hospital. As an avid practitioner of evidence-based medicine, Briggs has remained passionate in the education of rehabilitation professionals, physicians, and other healthcare team members on how to efficiently incorporate the best evidence in their clinical practice. His pioneering work on "5-Steps In Answering A Clinical Question," is one of the highlights of this course, and has revolutionized and simplified the process of determining the best screening/diagnostic tests and/or treatment option/s for patients. His knowledge, style of teaching, unique perspectives as a physician and a physical therapist, as well as passion for evidence-based therapy, is refreshing and contagious!
Financial: Brigani Amante is a Fellow in Nephrology at the University of Colorado. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Brigani Amante has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
Continuing Education Credits
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