Applying the clinical framework for the delivery of Health Services
Prescribing exercise programmes within Workers’ Compensation schemes can be both challenging and rewarding for an Exercise Physiology. The clinical framework provides a set of guiding principles for Allied Health Providers, to optimise recovery and return to work outcomes for injured workers. This webinar will provide insight in to the five principles of the clinical framework, how they could be applied to an exercise programme and the benefits of doing so for key stakeholders.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 18 November 2015.
Damien Amsuss has been a practicing Accredited Exercise Physiologist for 13 years and General Manager of Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation for the past five years. Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation is a national, Exercise Physiology only provider specialising in managing work-related injuries through exercise. Damien has been working with stakeholders within all sectors of Workers’ Compensation systems to encourage early intervention of exercise for work-related injury. Part of his portfolio and a keen interest is ensuring that Guardian’s exercise programmes are achieving good return to work outcomes for its patients and relevant stakeholders, which assists in his lobbying efforts.
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