Continuing Education Program

Empowering your healthcare team to make informed, data-driven decisions for your patients.

Our commitment to improving patient outcomes drives us to collaborate with thousands of medical professionals nationwide. Join our community of learners by attending one of our courses, and earn credit while gaining the knowledge and resources you need to help your patients achieve success.

Whether it’s in a classroom or online, we invite you to pick and choose the courses that work best for you–anytime, anywhere.

Online Learning Opportunities

With in-person conferences and events being cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, we have expanded our virtual learning opportunities to include content covering a broad spectrum of etiologies related to the patient populations that are important to you.

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The Hanger Clinic CE Program Advantage

Evidence-Based Courses

Each of our courses are based on the best available evidence related to a specific pathology or episode of care.

Expert Instructors

Our team of over 1,500 clinicians has treated more orthotic and prosthetic patients than any other provider. This unmatched experience will bring your team the latest research and clinical practice guidelines to improve patient outcomes.

Collaborative Learning

Our courses are designed using an interdisciplinary approach, providing your healthcare team the opportunity to collaborate and share learning experiences.

Course Offerings

Each of our courses provides information on clinical conditions, diagnoses, treatments, and care pathways for your prosthetic and orthotic patients.

CE Requirements

All attendees are required to attend the entire session, and to sign in at the beginning of the course and out at the end of the course. In addition to attending the entire session, social workers must also fill out a course evaluation to receive a course certificate.

Throughout the presentation, learning outcomes will be assessed through instructor interaction and attendee’s participation and verbal responses to Q & A, unless a written assessment is required by an applicable approving State Board or Organization. 

Hanger Clinic has received approval through many accreditation bodies, state boards and associations, and certificates issued will provide each participant with appropriate information and approval numbers. See accreditation document for detailed information. Specific course approvals may change yearly.

Hanger Clinic is an AOTA approved provider AOTA of occupational therapy continuing education. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific courses, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. Please note AOTA credits only apply to those courses that meet all AOTA requirements.

New Jersey Social Workers

Hanger Clinic proudly offers CE credit to New Jersey Social Workers.

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Additional Information

Hanger Clinic strives to make our learning environments fully accessible and wants to provide its guests with an opportunity to identify special needs in advance of the course. Please contact your local course coordinator to arrange accommodations.

For concerns/complaints, please contact your local course coordinator, the event RSVP contact, or call the Hanger Clinic Customer Care Center at (877) 442-6437, option 1. New Jersey participants, please note that you have the option to appeal to the licensing board if you are displeased with Hanger Clinic’s grievance process.

Certificates are typically awarded on-site following each course or mailed within 2 weeks of the course date. Please contact your local course coordinator with questions.

Resources

Related Events

June 18, 2020

Webinar: The IMPACT Study: Early Prosthetic Delivery Shown to Reduce Overall Direct Healthcare Costs

The IMPACT study, recently published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AJPMR), suggests that delaying or not providing a prosthesis increases direct healthcare costs by approximately 25 percent over the initial 12 months post-amputation. Join us as research and clinical leaders from around the country dive into this study and its implications for the patient population we serve.

June 25, 2020

Webinar: Key Aspects of Amputee Rehabilitation and Collaborative Care: A Virtual Roundtable

This one hour introductory/intermediate level course will discuss the multiple stages and considerations of the amputee rehabilitation timeline in a panel forum. This patient focused discussion brings rehabilitation specialists together with amputee patients and a certified prosthetist to discuss their expertise and experience.

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