We’re reimagining health care education that takes you to the next next level. With learning that takes place where you are, evidence-based practice, and better outcomes for your patients, our education is transformative. That’s why EIM.
Important Updates Related to COVID-19 Precautions and Policies: For upcoming courses, we want you to know that we continue to place priority on the health and safety of our community, so we’ll be working with each site on an individualized plan to ensure we keep everyone safe. Learn more about the steps we’re taking.
EIM’s Management of Falls and Balance Disorders course is designed to enhance the participant’s knowledge and skill level in the evidence-based management of individuals with neurologic disorders and those who are at increased risk for falls. This lab intensive course focuses on the clinical reasoning and hands-on problem solving necessary to effectively integrate evidence-based screening, assessment, intervention, and management techniques into the clinical management of these individuals. Participants will work as teams to assess their current treatment practices. They will develop plans to implement evidence-based practice into their patient management plans. Barriers and facilitators to implementation will be discussed and resources in the community identified. Students will complete the course with a quality improvement project which can be used in their clinical practice.
Contact Hours: 24 – 8 online & 16 on-site
CEUs: 2.4 – .8 online & 1.6 on-site
CCUs: 24 – 8 online & 16 on-site
If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact us here. We will process requests for reasonable accommodation and will provide reasonable accommodations where appropriate, in a prompt and efficient manner. For more information please see the Accommodation Procedures for Disabled Participants.
Great course. It will help objectify your approach to patients with high fall risk.
It is easily applicable to clinical practice right away on Monday! This changed how I look at balance and falls.