INJURY INSIGHT

 

 

The 2024 Series

Begins April 24, 2024

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Enroll Now for the 2024 INJURY INSIGHT Series

Step into the future of injury rehabilitation and recovery with our 2024 INJURY INSIGHT Webinar Series. This special series isn’t just a chance; it’s a hands-on experience designed to enhance your grasp of workers’ compensation claims, guiding you toward a new era of excellence.

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The 2024 INJURY INSIGHT Webinar Series is an exclusive and carefully curated program designed to provide in-depth insights into the latest advancements in injury rehabilitation and recovery, specifically within the realm of workers’ compensation claims. The series features expert-led sessions, each focusing on a distinct aspect of the field.

The series is tailored for claims adjusters, claims managers, employers, and any professionals involved in workers’ compensation claims. Whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned expert, the content is structured to cater to various levels of expertise.

The series covers a range of cutting-edge topics including regenerative orthopedics, meniscus tears, trauma therapy, and prosthetics. Each session is led by a renowned expert in their respective field, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of the subject matter.

Yes, the webinars are designed to be interactive. Participants have the opportunity to engage with the expert presenters through Q&A sessions and discussions. This format ensures that your specific questions and concerns are addressed during the webinars.

 

Yes, participants in the 2024 INJURY INSIGHT Webinar Series can earn continuing education credits. For each session attended, participants will be eligible to receive one credit, and a certificate of completion will be issued for each day of the webinar series. This provides an excellent opportunity for professionals to enhance their knowledge and skills while earning valuable continuing education credits.

All you need is a stable internet connection and a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) with a web browser. Detailed instructions on accessing the webinars will be provided upon registration.