Development of the Consumer Professional Partnership Program (CPPP) Thilo Kroll NRH CHDR Steve Towle SCI Network RRTC on SCI: Promoting Health and Preventing Complications Through Exercise VTHM, September 8, 2004. Training Aims.
Development of the Consumer Professional Partnership Program (CPPP)Thilo KrollNRH CHDRSteve TowleSCI NetworkRRTC on SCI: Promoting Health and Preventing Complications Through ExerciseVTHM, September 8, 2004
revise the training and implement it during a pilot-phase as part of NRH’s residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: one consumer-driven education session will be included into the PMR Residency training program at NRH. Feedback from residents
implementation and adaptation of the curriculum at local area universities and colleges will begin during year 2. 2 to 3 hour time slot. Howard University, Georgetown University, Marymount University, and George Washington University
threefold extension: (a) to other colleges, (b) to other medical and allied health science disciplines, and (c) to include additional topics that could be covered over more than 2 or 3 hours
web videos of teaching sessions, videotaped training materials, PowerPoint self-education programs, and a whiteboard, Q&A and chat infrastructure to communicate with educators and trainers of the local CPPP. Education materials will also be available from this web site. The virtual CPPP will bring the curriculum to educators, health care providers, consumers, and other interested parties
Each module identifies: