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Pre-Conference Courses at CSM 2019

Check out the HPA The Catalyst's Pre-conference courses below:

Community Health Promotion Grant-Writing Workshop

LAMP Leadership 101: Personal Leadership Development

LAMP Leadership 201: Advanced Leadership Development

LAMP Management 101: Practical Skills

Register for any of HPA The Catalyst's CSM Pre-Conference courses at APTA's website


Community Health Promotion Grant-Writing Workshop

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019

Time: 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Speakers: Dawn Magnusson, PT, PhD, Margaret Danilovich, PT, DPT, PhD, GCS , Jennifer Brach, PhD, PT, Jason Robinson, PT, SCS, CSCS, PES, Sarah Kathryn. Greenhagen, DOT, GCS, Todd E. Davenport, PT, DPT, MPH, OCS

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Room: 154A

Session Type: PreConference

Description: Chronic, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus have supplanted acute, infectious diseases as the leading causes of global mortality and morbidity. NCDs are largely preventable through the promotion of healthy behaviors. However, the strongest predictors of individual health behaviors and, by extension, NCDs are connected to where we live, work, learn, and play, and to our families, neighborhoods, and communities. Physical therapists are increasingly called upon to support community health promotion programs, yet they receive little formal training in the development of such programs, and the procurement of related grant funding.
This grant writing workshop is designed for clinicians and researchers wishing to seek grant funding in support of community health promotion programs. This course will provide didactic presentations, opportunities for practical applications of the material, and opportunities for small-group grant review. Particular emphasis will be placed on assessing community needs, resources, and priorities; identifying relevant funding opportunities; and developing the grant application. The target audience will be community-based clinicians and academic researchers interested in developing and funding community-based projects. We will solicit the submission of a specific aims page (problem statement, overarching goal, and related aims) from attendees, and provide feedback during the workshop.

Objectives: 1. Summarize the common elements of grant applications, and recognize best practices for developing your proposal, telling your story, and aligning your proposal with funding priorities.
2. Develop strategies for identifying corporate, foundation, and government funding opportunities in the area of community health promotion.
3. Create (or refine) a logic model that links program goals, objectives, activities, and inputs, and informs the development of your grant proposal.
4. Critique and identify ways to improve your proposal’s problem statement, overarching goals, and related aims.


LAMP Management 101: Practical Skills

Date: Tues. Jan. 22- Wed. Jan. 23, 2019 

Time: Tues. and Wed. 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Room: 152A

Speakers:

  Maurine Coco, PT, MSPT 
  Paula Eppenstein, PT, MS 
  Brian Hull, PT, DPT, MBA 

Session TypePre-conference Courses

Session Level: Basic

Description: This course is the first offering of this content area by the Health Policy and Administration Section's LAMP committee. The speakers will cover performance management, human resources, legal considerations, regulatory aspects, compliance issues, communication, project/program management, finance, and budgeting. This case study and scenario-based course will examine current issues and address current trends faced by the new manager and developing manager and will provide participants with the tools to effectively and efficiently get the work쳌 done through systems and people. Prior to the course, attendees will complete a management self-assessment and review selected supporting materials. This offering is valuable for all PTs and PTAs, regardless of their administrative or managerial role, including practice owners, clinicians, educators, researchers, and students who want to develop their administration and management effectiveness and efficiency.


Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Establish a knowledge base of basic administrative and managerial principles that will allow you to work effectively with people and systems.
2. Apply basic administrative and managerial skills by recognizing needs and identifying resources appropriate for your situation.
3. Successfully apply evidence-based tools to address administrative and managerial needs as part of your role within your organization.
4. Analyze the advanced administrative and managerial principles/skills you may need to be successful, and develop a personal action plan to achieve your goals..

CEU: 1.6


LAMP Leadership 101: Personal Leadership Development

Date: Tues. Jan. 22- Wed. Jan. 23, 2019 

Time: Tues. and Wed. 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Room: 151A

Speakers:

  Deborah Kucera, PT 
  Amy Lafko, PT, MS, MBA 
  Debora Miller, PT, MBA 
  Beth Sarfaty, PT, MBA 

Session Type: Pre-conference Courses

Session Level: Intermediate

Description: This course is the first in the series of courses and applied labs aimed at developing leadership skills. Developing leadership skills is an integral part of professional development in PT practice. The speakers will emphasize the development of leadership behaviors for facilitating autonomous practice, accountability, and professional values. Attendees will learn how to influence others to create effective relationships and achieve shared goals. Content areas will include: creating a personal mission statement and self-assessment; foundations of leadership; identifying personal styles; creating a leadership style to align and influence others; energy and time management; communication for effective leadership; empowering leadership for ethical practice; conflict management styles and leadership; and implementing personal leadership plans. Attendees will complete a leadership self-assessment and other pre work.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Identify and discuss the personal characteristics of an effective leader.
2. Recognize the importance of accountability, values, and ethics and their impact on personal leadership.
3. Describe and model leader behaviors and communication styles that influence, align, and empower others.
4. Formulate effective responses to conflict in a variety of situations.

CEU: 1.6


LAMP Leadership 201: Advanced Leadership Development

Date: Tues. Jan. 22- Wed. Jan. 23, 2019 

Time: Tues. and Wed. 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Room: 151B

Speaker(s):

  Deborah Kucera, PT 
  Amy Lafko, PT, MS, MBA 
  Debora Miller, PT, MBA 
  Beth Sarfaty, PT, MBA 

Session Type: Pre-conference Courses

Session Level: Advanced

Description: In this course, attendees will further explore and develop effective leadership skills in formal and informal leadership roles. Attendees will share the results of their personal leadership plans, showcasing insights into developing their personal leadership behaviors. This course will include lectures, dynamic leadership labs, and engaging discussions with peers and content experts. Topics will include: creating vision and strategy; fostering adaptive and transformational leadership; creating cultures of change and innovation; leading others through conflict; building relationships and networking; implementing frameworks for leadership decision making; building high-performance teams; leading and learning through failure; empowering others; fostering followership; and developing a personal leadership philosophy statement.

 
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Determine how to promote a vision and strategies that others will follow.
2. Identify and discuss personal characteristics of adaptive and transformational leaders.
3. Generate strategies to lead highly effective teams and foster followership.
4. Model effective team decision making strategies and develop a personal leadership philosophy statement.

CEU: 1.6


 

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