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Allied health - training and events

ReturnToWorkSA offers free training and skill building workshops for allied health practitioners, providing a variety of informative and interactive sessions for you to participate in throughout the year.

To be kept up to date with future training and events for allied health practitioners, please email providers@rtwsa.com to learn more.

October

Functional ability recommendations

12 October, 6.00pm-7.00pm

Many allied health practitioners have an expert knowledge in musculoskeletal function. As part of the ‘Work Capacity Certificate’, GPs are required to provide detail regarding a patient's functional abilities, and many GPs seek assistance from allied health professionals. This session explores how we can best showcase our skills in the Return to Work scheme.

Please note: This session will be held online, via the GoToMeeting platform.

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Effective workplace visits

21 October, Midday-1.00pm

Presented by ReturnToWorkSA’s Allied Health Advisors, this session explores how to set up and run a workplace visit to facilitate a safe and effective return to work for your patient (this session focuses on PT216, OT216 and GP216, specifically).

Please note: This session will be held online, via the GoToMeeting platform.

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November

Key facts for providers working in the Return to Work scheme

2 November, 6.00pm-7.00pm

Presented by ReturnToWorkSA's Allied Health Advisors, this session provides an introduction to the Return to Work scheme and explores principles and key aspects which are important to all allied health practitioners treating within the Scheme.

Please note: This session will be held online, via the GoToMeeting platform.

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Screening tools & outcome measures unpacked

16 November, midday-1.00pm

Presented by ReturnToWorkSA’s Allied Health Advisors, this session provides useful information on screening tools, and how to use outcome measures with your work-injured patients. The session covers the ‘why’ and ‘how’, but most importantly ‘what to do next’ following the utilisation of these essential tools.

Please note: This session will be held online, via the GoToMeeting platform.

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Preventing patients from getting stuck

30 November, 6.00pm-7.00pm

Is it possible to predict who is at risk of ‘getting stuck’ in their treatment journey and do something to prevent it happening? In this session we reflect on our role as allied health practitioners treating work-injured patients, and explore the tools and strategies available to you to help achieve the best return to work outcomes for your patients.

Please note: This session will be held online, via the GoToMeeting platform.

Click here to register.