This is a live, four-day class at the University of Kentucky Hospital. Instructors, Laura Bryant-Earner and Cal Cates will focus on leading students in direct, hands-on patient care with pediatric populations throughout the hospital.
Each day will begin and end with time spent exploring ethical issues that are common in and unique to the clinical setting. We will also discuss patient cases and address questions related to body mechanics, patient communication and work flow.
These four days will be spent developing and honing skills in interprofessional communication, charting in the electronic medical record, and treatment planning. Students will have homework each night in the form of reading, self-assessment and reflection exercises. Time will also be spent discussing the logistics of creating a hospital-based clinical pediatric massage therapy program.
PLEASE NOTE: Attendance at all six of the Hospital-Based Pediatric Massage Webinars is required for acceptance into our Pediatric Massage in the Clinical Setting course.
September 12-15, 2022
We will meet each day from 8:30AM-4:30PM at University of Kentucky Hospital.
There will be a one-hour break for lunch each day.
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Included in the course tuition is a non-refundable $50 registration fee. If you cancel or withdraw from a course 30 days prior to the course start date you will be refunded your full tuition less the $50 registration fee. If you cancel or withdraw from a course fewer than 30 days (but more than one week) prior to the course start date you will be refunded 50% of your tuition less the $50 registration fee. If you cancel or withdraw from a course fewer than 7 days prior to the course start date your tuition will be non-refundable.
In the event of proper documentation of medical emergency, death in the immediate family, or weather prohibiting travel your entire tuition (including the registration fee) may be allowed to be rolled over to a workshop at a later date. This special consideration will be allowed one time only at the discretion of the instructor.
If a course is cancelled due to low enrollment your tuition (including the registration fee) will be refunded in full.
*Please note: In order to be eligible for CE credit, you must register with your full name (as it appears on your professional license) and your license state and number.
This course is listed with the FSMTB CE Registry for 28 CEUs for massage therapists.
Who should apply?
Applicants must be a practicing massage therapist with liability insurance. Attendance at all six of the Hospital-Based Pediatric Massage Webinars is required for acceptance into our Pediatric Massage in the Clinical Setting course.
Are there other requirements that I need to meet?
Applicants offered admission to Healwell’s Pediatric Massage in the Clinical Setting must comply with University of Kentucky's standard human resources policies and procedures for staff who will come into direct contact with patients regarding: immunization (Healwell’s program administrators will review the specifics with you as the start date of your cohort approaches) background check (administered through the hospital) proof of professional liability/malpractice insurance Questions about these requirements can be directed to [email protected]. Failure to comply or to provide requested documentation is grounds for rescinding an admission offer or terminating admission. PLEASE NOTE: You must have an up-to-date flu shot to participate in this program. There can be no exceptions.
What should I wear?
Participants are required to purchase one set (though we recommend two) of scrubs* (two pants; two tops). The tops must be powder or ceil blue. The pants should be citron/sunflower/sunshine/daisy/lemon yellow. You will also need closed-toe shoes that would resist a puncture from a falling needle and that will be comfortable during hours of standing. Vibram “Five Fingers” and the like are not acceptable. Clogs, hospital Crocs and other options are available for purchase through the websites where you will find your scrubs. If you already own acceptable shoes, there is no need to purchase shoes specifically for the course. *NOTE: It is important that you purchase the correct color scrubs as these colors distinguish us within the hospital from other members of the healthcare team. You will find many brands with a yellow option. You may purchase these, but please no neon. Sunflower, sunlight, daisy, lemon are all acceptable. Again, you will also find a variety of blue options. You may also find it helpful to choose pants and tops that have multiple pockets. Many standard, cheaper scrubs will have only one pocket or even no pockets. You will be glad you spent an extra $5 for options with more pockets. Be sure to check sizing charts as each company has its own style and sizing. You’ll be living in these scrubs for 4 days, so you want them to be comfortable and useful.
Are there tests or evaluations?
Healwell measures participants' assimilation and integration of the experience and material through a variety of avenues. This course is highly interactive. Participants work closely with instructors and have an ongoing opportunity to receive feedback and participate actively in the learning process. This openness and the tools mentioned above allow faculty to provide the appropriate support, resources and mentorship to participants as needed. You will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course. There are no written tests.