The fifth of six core certification courses offered within Prevention Link’s core curriculum is an advanced course designed to assist participants in understanding medical terminology, anatomy, diagnostic testing and surgical procedures in order to interpret information in Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) files.
Participants will be exposed to medical terminology and human anatomy with attention to the different skeletal and organ systems.
Special focus will be placed on:
Common occupational injuries and disorders such as chronic pain and fibromyalgia;
Mental stress related injuries;
WSIB policies relating to traumatic stress, psychotraumatic disability and behaviour disorders;
The legislative authority for health care and the relevant WSIB policies;
Evidence based medicine, medical specialists and Ontario standards in conjunction with specific treatment modalities;
Medical records, independent medical examinations and the use of OHCOW services; and
Advantages and disadvantages of diagnostic testing used to determine workplace Injuries and some surgical procedures.
March 27-31, 2023
Location: Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites at 175 Wynford Drive, Toronto ON
Note: For accommodations book directly with the hotel. Group rates are available beginning Feb. 24, 2023.
Prerequisites: Level 1 and Level 2; and either Level 3 or 4
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: March 17, 2023. There will be no exceptions to this deadline. The deadline has been established to allow Prevention Link to properly prepare for this course.
Early Bird discount: February 28, 2023
THIS CLASS IS FULL.
If you are interested in taking this training, please RSVP below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waiting list.
PREVENTION LINK BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
Course numbers are limited to ensure a quality learning experience for all participants. Places are allocated in order of receipt of registration form. Written cancellation received 10 working days prior to the first day of training are subject to a 25% administration charge. Cancellations received thereafter are refunded at 50% of the registration fee.
Prevention Link may cancel any training session at any time and a full refund will be issued. Every effort will be made to ensure that registrants of a cancelled course are placed in the next available course. Prevention Link is not responsible for wages, non-refundable travel, meal or accommodation costs. Should a participant be unable to attend the next available course, an alternate participant is welcomed at no additional charge.
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