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Maryland Joint Task Force for Injured Workers ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2019
Also sponsored by:
International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals
& Coppin State University,
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
2500 W. North Avenue
June 19, 20197:30 am – 1:00pm
The Workers’ Comp Roller CoasterEthics, Expectations, Hopes, and Challenges
This year we are pleased to present a panel including injured workers, similar to one we provided a few years back that was very well received. We hope to gain insight into how our work directly impacts our clients and patients and understand what works and what doesn’t. Just as with any of our cases – you never know where it will lead!
1.25 CCM General and 2.0 Ethics Confirmed 2.0 CRC Contact and 1.0 Ethics CEUs Confirmed 4.0CDMS Ethics CEUs Confirmed Mandatory MD WCC CEUs Confirmed
Practical information that is essential for Claims Adjustors, Nurse Case Managers, Vocational Counselors, Attorneys, Doctors, Therapists and everyone working with injured workers in the State of Maryland. FAX TO: Attention Donna Keegan 410.554.6849 if necessary. Make Checks Payable to Maryland JTF.
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Registration, Breakfast and Visit with Exhibitors
8:30 – 9:00 AM Welcome and Acknowledge COPPIN/MRC for their support of JTF/IARP Chesapeake; provide information on the mission, vision, and benefit of membership
9:00 – 10:00 amAcupuncturist, Jonathan Gilbert, introduced by Mike Caruso, “Acupuncture’s Role within the Modern Healthcare Setting”
10:00 – 10:30 Am Break / meet with Vendors & Speakers
10:30 – 10:45 am Legislative Update by Michael Daney Esq.Recent WCC Legislation and Rules - an update on changes in the legislation about Maryland Workers’ Compensation and introduce our main speakers. Announce donations to Friends of WTC and Kid’s Chance by Dr. Spry, who will moderate the panel.
10:45 – 11:45 AMPanel Discussion with Injured workers, Counselors, and Occupational Therapist “Ethics, Expectations, Hopes, and Challenges”
11:45 – 12:30 PMWCC Commissioner, James Forrester, Esq. “Ethical View from the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission”
12:30 PMClosing remarks & Visit with Exhibitors
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