COVID-19 Education Events
The good, the bad, and the ugly of telehealth from a parents perspective
Thank you to Jessica and Tim for sharing their recording (and insights) of their perspective of telehealth. This recording was originally developed for the eHealth Paediatric Summit – an online event for Pediatric therapists doing rehabilitation in a digital space, bringing them up to date with the best evidence and most innovative clinical strategies in Telehealth for pediatric therapists.
This learning resource is developed to support people in the Cochrane Community who are planning or delivering live online learning, specifically webinars and virtual workshops. It includes video recordings from a July 2020 Cochrane Learning Live webinar and additional material.
How to organise live online learning webinar recordings:
Part 1: Welcome and introduction [4:23 min]
Part 2: Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning [16:37 min]
Part 3: Platforms for live online learning [5:28 min]
Part 4: Preparing for and running live online learning [16:19 min]
Part 5: Questions and answers [24:52 min]
Good practice guidance for webinars and virtual workshops [Web page]. Based on the webinar materials, this guide presents different formats of online learning and provides some practical hints and tips on preparing for and running live online learning sessions.
Example virtual workshop schedule [Word Doc]. This document shows a possible approach to planning workshop, including general information about the workshop, timings, detailed plan of the activities during the session, and specific instructions for presenters and facilitators. This document is based on a virtual workshop on Conflict of Interest Policy for Managing Editors, delivered in May 2020. The example can be adapted or used as a framework for planning your virtual workshop.
The Cognitive Institute
Free Webinars for (available via registration)
The eHealth Paediatric Summit: A virtual event delivering evidence-based knowledge and practical strategies in one easy-to-access location for therapists working in paediatric rehabilitation.
The eHealth Paediatric Summit will be live from 28-31st May 2020 (NZ time zone).
This summit has been coordinated by a group of clinicians and academics as a way of showcasing the clinical innovation and research happening in the current Telehealth/Digital Health space. The summit aims to curate content specific to paediatrics in one easy-to-access location. Speakers that are on the front line of online therapy delivery or research will showcase their evidence based practice and clinical strategies to share with clinicians working directly in the Telehealth/Digital Health space.
Topics cover a wide range of categories relevant to paediatric rehabilitation a digital space, including early intervention, developmental disabilities, therapy in schools, providing distance learning to postgraduate and undergraduate therapists, tools, ethics, as well as running an online business as a therapist.
Speakers are from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Europe, Canada and Israel.
The Summit is free to attend over the 4 day duration as it runs live, with a premium access option for attendees wishing to access extended content and networking opportunities.
For more information, visit https://the-ehealth-summit-for-therapists.heysummit.com/