2020 Annual Meeting Webinar Series
As we've previously announced, FSBPT has cancelled all in-person meetings in 2020.
Instead, FSBPT will provide some educational content that would normally occur during the Annual Meeting via a series of webinars throughout the year. While cancelling the in-person meeting was not an easy decision, we are as excited about the quality of our webinar series as we have been about our in-person meetings. We have lined up outstanding speakers for you! Please take a look at the lineup, mark your calendars, and look out for more details.
Who can attend?
Anyone is welcome to register and attend the webinars!
Will the sessions be recorded?
This depends on the speaker. If speakers approve of having their sessions recorded, those recordings will be available on the FSBPT website.
Is this the complete schedule of webinars?
No, we are still working with some speakers to finalize details and will share new webinars as they are confirmed.
It's Not Burnout! It is Moral Injury: Why Should Regulators be Concerned?
July 29, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Nancy Kirsch
The concept of Moral Injury is relatively new to health care but closely related to the notions of burnout and moral distress. This presentation will explore moral injury as it relates to physical therapy. In addition to introducing the concept of moral injury, we will explore the impact on patients and clinicians. Recognizing the potential risk and harm of moral injury, we will identify action strategies the regulatory community may consider to manage moral injury in the provision of physical therapy services.
Navigating Troubled Waters: Charting a Clear Course for Licensure Exams during the Pandemic
August 11, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Lorin Mueller and Kimberly Swygert
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every part of our lives, and high-stakes licensure exams are no exception. This presentation focuses on how the NPTE has been impacted, what steps were taken to address these issues, and what the near future holds for the NPTE. The presenters will also discuss how similar testing programs have been affected, and what changes they anticipate in the long-term for assessing entry-level competency for health care practitioners.
Changing Hats: Conflicts Between Professional Interests and Public Protection in Board Decision-Making
August 25, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Rebecca Allensworth
A licensing board's mandate—to protect the public—can conflict with a profession's interest in maintaining its identity, autonomy, pay, and prestige. This potential for conflict is problematic because most boards are dominated by members of the very profession they must regulate; often members have spent years advocating for their profession through an association. The presentation will identify blind spots and problem areas for board members hoping to "change hats" and truly serve the public as a board member.
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Physical Therapy: Exaggerated Hype or Paradigm Shift?
September 8, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Anthony Chang
The history of artificial intelligence and its recent role in many sectors in society, including medicine and healthcare, is discussed. The myriad of AI tools available and their current utilization is also discussed. Finally, a possible role of AI in physical therapy is discussed for now and in the future.
Physiotherapy Otherwise? What are the Challenges Facing the Profession and What will this Mean for its Consumers, Regulators, and Practitioners?
September 29, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: David Nicholls
This session will look at some of the changes taking place in global healthcare that are having a direct impact on physical therapy. We will try to use the session to garner thoughts about what this will mean for the regulation of physical therapy, and the possible issues this will create for consumers, regulators, and practitioners.
October 27, 2020
Speaker: Trevor Russell
Using the Board Assessment Resource (BAR) as Part of Strategic Planning
TBD in October 2020
Speakers: Steven Scherger and Erin DeTomaso
This session is a case study example of how using the information from the FSBPT BAR can improve board performance as well as individual board member knowledge and engagement. The Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy had used the early framework of the BAR to assess board performance during strategic planning to improve operations, orientation of board members and staff, and retention of information. As early adopters of the BAR, this webinar will share the Board's experience regarding how the BAR can complement strategic planning and allowing board members to be more informed and engaged.
Sexual Boundary Violations
November 4, 2020 | 4:00 p.m. ET
Speakers: Susan Paul and Leanne Loranger
TBD in December 2020
Speaker: Anne Wallestad