TAVRP PD & End of Year Networking Drinks Event

TAVRP PD & End of Year Networking Drinks Event

Category:

Non HFESA Event

Schedule:

20/11/2020 , 7:30 pm (Localtime)

Venue:

TAVRP PD & End of Year Networking Drinks Event, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, ,

Detail:

Workplace Rehabilitation in an ongoing COVID world:
Lessons learned from experience, Evidence
Based Advice for the future. What should WRP’s,
injured workers and workplaces expect?

Presenters:
Dr Peter Sharman, Occupational Physician, Hobart.
MBBS FAFOEM FAICD
Secretary / Public Officer
TASMANIAN FOUNDATION for OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE INC.
Topic: “How can WRP’s prepare themselves to assist organisations with COVID 19 preparedness and response? “

Mr Scott Willis APAM
Physiotherapist, Director Costal Physiotherapy, Burnie Tasmania, President Elect Australian Physiotherapy Association, Covid Survivor
Topic: “Challenges to RTW and Rehabilitation post COVID

Panel Discussion Questions & Answers
Panel Members Dr P Sharman, Mylinda Purtell (Principal Solicitor, Worker Assist Tasmania), Anne-Marie Dean (Injury Management Advisor CGU Insurance)

Exploring:
• How WRP workplace knowledge and understanding can assist RTW planning for COVID-impacted workplaces. Looking after yourself- Surviving infection risk, and preserving your mental health in the COVID-19 era
• Rehabilitation and RTW post Covid: returning to functional capacity.
• Workforce consequences of a second wave.

Venue Details: Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania upstairs function room
Please note RYCT has a COVID Safe environment with social distancing, appropriate sanitization etc.

Registration includes: Afternoon Tea, Presentation and Panel Discussion, 1 drink and nibbles for the post presentations networking session.

Places are limited due to COVID safe venue requirements … book early to avoid disappointment

TAVRP Members $35 (Includes GST of $3.18)
Non-Members $60 (Includes GST of $5.45)

Please click here to download the details and registration form

Booking:

Bookings are closed for this event.

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