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Rebekah Griffith

PT, DPT, NCS, FiT

Dr. Rebekah Griffith, The ED DPT, specializes in care in the emergency department. Dr. Griffith believes physical therapist practice in the emergency department is a critical way to move upstream in healthcare that supports patients during their most critical moments. Dr. Griffith has been an invited lecturer, regular presenter, podcast guest, and article contributor on this topic. She is the author of Top of Scope: The Emergency Department Physical Therapist Handbook. Additionally, she was instrumental in passing two motions within the APTA House of Delegates in support of emergency physical therapist practice and is a founding member of the Emergency PT Steering Committee within the Academy of Acute Care.

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You Work Where? Practicing at Top of Scope in the Emergency Department

Presented by J.J. Mowder-Tinney, PT, PhD, NCS, C/NDT, CSRS, CEEAA and Rebekah Griffith, PT, DPT, NCS, FiT

You Work Where? Practicing at Top of Scope in the Emergency Department

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Audio Runtime: 50 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

Neuro Navigators Episode 4: You Work Where? Practicing at Top of Scope in the Emergency Department In this episode, join J.J. and Rebekah Griffith as they take us on a journey through the intricacies of practicing physical and occupational therapy in the emergency department. Through insightful discussions on addressing social determinants of health and integrating research findings into clinical practice, Rebekah provides valuable perspectives on delivering top-of-scope care. Join us for a deep dive into the world of emergency medicine and rehabilitation.

Learning Objectives
  • Interpret the evidence around benefits of physical and occupational therapy in the ED
  • Apply evidence-based, practical strategies to provide differential diagnosis for a variety of conditions in the ED
  • Solve patient case scenarios involving complex medical and social needs in order to facilitate safe patient participation in daily activities
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