ACPAC Webinar by Mandy McGlynn: An innovative model of integrated care for hip fracture patients utilizing an ACPAC trained extended role practitioner

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AHPA is pleased to work with members of the ACPAC SIG to provide the annual ACPAC webinar session. We hope that you can join us for this event. Session details are as follows:

Topic: An innovative model of integrated care for hip fracture patients: ACPAC trained physical therapist expanded role practitioner

Presenter: Mandy McGlynn

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Illustrate the ACPAC program trained clinical role in a hip fracture continuum using case examples.
  2. Describe the role of an ACPAC trained therapist in osteoporosis as it relates to hip fracture patients.
  3. Describe how the ACPAC program and the competencies gained enabled success in the development and implementation of the role.

Date and Time: Thursday, October 14th, Noon – 1:00 pm EST

Open to ALL AHPA Members

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Mandy McGlynnPhysical Therapist Practitioner/Advanced Practice Leader (APL), BScPT, MSc, ACPAC

Mandy McGlynn graduated from the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Toronto in 1994.  In 2005, she completed her Master of Science degree in the department of rehabilitation sciences at the University of Toronto. Most recently she did the Advanced Practice Clinician in Arthritis Care (ACPAC) course to become a Physical Therapy Practitioner. Mandy has a wide range of expertise.  She has worked in Rehabilitation at Toronto Rehab since 1998. Since 2004, Mandy has been working in the MSK Rehab program as an Advanced Practice Leader (APL). The APL role is a leadership role which is interprofessional and focuses on Best Practice. Currently she now works 50 percent of the time as an APL and 50 percent as a PT Practitioner.