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Meeting the Challenge of Postacute Care: The PACER Series

PACER stands for Post-Acute Exercise and Rehabilitation Project, a training program aimed at helping PTs from any training or experience background to better understand the needs of the patient in the postacute care phase. It’s an understanding that will be crucial as the profession begins to treat survivors of COVID-19. The PACER series offered by the APTA Learning Center is presented through a collaborative effort from the APTA Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section, the APTA Academy of Acute Care Management, and the APTA Section on Health Policy and Administration. Courses may be downloaded separately or as part of a bundled package. Note: the series isn’t over–new modules will be added over the coming weeks, so be sure to revisit. Learn more here.

CVP PACER Bundle
COVID-19: Clinical Best Practices in Physical Therapy Management
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Examination
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Pediatric Considerations
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Geriatric Considerations: COVID-19
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Anatomy and Physiology
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Pulmonary Rehabilitation
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Covid-19 Specific Considerations
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Inpatient Facility Core Competencies
eLearning Course
PACER Series: PICS
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Home Health Considerations
eLearning Course
PACER Series: Pelvic Health Considerations
eLearning Course

 

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