Moderated by Mark Raymond, MSPT, CPH ’78, ’87, with alumni panelists:
- Mary C. Sinnott, PT, DPT, MEd, CPH ’76, ’90—professor of instruction in the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. Sinnott also serves as director of pro bono services and interprofessional education, and she maintains her clinical practice at Temple University Hospital on the acute care consult service. In addition, she has lectured across the country on topics that range from the impact of pathophysiology on function to leading organizational change.
- Aimee Ring, PT, DPT, GCS, CPH ’95, ’06—director of rehab services for Holy Redeemer Hospital and transitional care unit in Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania. Ring has been practicing in the clinical setting since 1995 and became a geriatric certified specialist in 2011. Over the last 20 years, she has been in the acute and long-term care settings as a clinician and a manager.
- Kate Bruno, OTD, OTR/L, CAPS, CDP, CPH ’12—occupational therapist and regional director at FOX Rehabilitation. Bruno is also an aging in place specialist, certified dementia practitioner, and LSVT BIG certified therapist.
- Jeffrey Buzin, PT, DPT, GCS, CDP, CPH ’13—physical therapist and regional director at FOX Rehabilitation. Buzin is also a board-certified geriatric clinical specialist, certified dementia practitioner, and LSVT BIG certified therapist.
- Implications for the recovery of COVID-19 survivors
- What is Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) and how does it manifest?
- Challenges for COVID survivors
- Early diagnoses and interventions
- Neurological, cognitive and physical effects of COVID-19
- Caring for COVID-19 survivors in inpatient settings
- Recovery, home care and the role of telehealth
- Important interprofessional collaborations
- The impact of social determinants on recovery
- Societal implications
Join the session on June 17: https://temple.zoom.us/j/94060160180