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Webinar – Post-acute Hip Fracture Management
May 9, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Post-acute Hip Fracture Management will be moderated by Trish Dickson who, in addition to her role as Advanced Practice Occupational Therapist within the Holland Bone & Joint Program at Sunnybrook Health Sciences, also serves as Chair of the RCA’s Hip Fracture Task Group.
Dr. Stevens-Lapsley is a Professor and Director of the Rehabilitation Science PhD Program as well as the PT Section Director for Research and Development in the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center. She is also the Associate Director for Research for the Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center within the Eastern Colorado Healthcare System. She is focused on identifying, integrating, and advancing innovative evidence-based medicine solutions for older adult rehabilitation through highly effective research methods and partnerships. She has 20 years of clinical research experience including patients after joint arthroplasty and medically complex patient populations. Her clinical research has resulted in over 150 publications, numerous awards, and over $20 million dollars to support her clinical research in the past 15 years.
Linda McAllister. PT, DPT, GCS has been practicing in diverse geriatric settings since 2001 and currently practices in home health with EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, WA. Dr. McAllister has multiple geriatric certifications. She lectures nationally with GREAT Seminars and books and is an adjunct faculty member of Arcadia University’s transitional DPT program, teaching content in Geriatric Physical Therapy. She has been the principle investigator in clinical research studying sit-to-stand testing using the upper extremities in the older adult. She serves as coordinator of the Geriatric Trained & Certified Clinical Specialist for GREAT Seminars.
Lauren Beaupre is a Professor of Physical Therapy and the Dr. David Magee Endowed Chair in Musculoskeletal Research at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. Lauren is the current President of the FFN and has been engaged with the FFN for several years through the Scientific Committee and the Hip Fracture Recovery Research and Physiotherapy Special Interest Groups. Her research interests are in recovery after hip fracture and access to rehabilitation following fragility fracture for those with cognitive impairment. Lauren also performs implementation science research and led a team that provided evidence to support Alberta’s adoption of secondary fracture prevention programs.