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ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION IN CATASTROPHIC IMPAIRMENT COURSE OUTLINE
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CLINICAL SKILLS TRAINING
Participants will survey the eight key criteria listed in the SABS for motor vehicle accidents in Ontario. The session will cover both the current framework, required for accidents on or after June 1, 2016, as well as impairment rating models required for accidents here prior. It is designed for a wide range of professionals including lawyers, insurers, and quality assurance personnel, triers of fact, and assessors who conduct catastrophic determination examinations.

MENTAL BEHAVIOURAL TRACK

To provide participants advanced in-depth training on impairment rating as it pertains to the formal evaluation of mental/behavioural and neurocognitive/behavioural conditions specific to the pre- and post-2016 SABS catastrophic criteria of 4, 5, 7 and 8. It is designed for clinicians including psychiatrists, clinical and rehabilitation psychologists, neuropsychologists and occupational therapists that are seeking comprehensive training in the assessment of these specific aspects of the catastrophic determination purposes.

PHYSICAL TRACK

This comprehensive course covers all elements of the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment 4th Edition required for physical assessors to proficiently address the Ontario SABS Catastrophic criteria. Full instruction including in-depth case example review will be presented for all core modules covering the evaluation of the upper extremity, spine, lower extremity, central nervous system impairment, and all other specialized topics.

 

Please note that should an individual not be available to write the exam following the course, they may write the exam at a future scheduled exam within a 12-month period.

 

Successful completion of this program will qualify clinical participants to write the

C-CAT Certification Exam on [Sunday, April 7, 2019].

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