Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine Resources
Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine ResourcesSteven Babitsky2021-04-05T18:20:48-04:00
SEAK offers numerous highly regarded streaming training seminars in the fields of workers’ compensation and occupational medicine. We are a thought leading company in these areas. For 38 years, SEAK sponsored the largest and most highly regarded national workers’ compensation and occupational medicine conference. We take pride in our faculty of international thought leaders and the cost saving solutions our clients are able to take home.
Causation of Occupational Injuries Fact or Fiction Streaming Course This streaming course is for anyone who is involved with workers’ compensation and occupational health. Every new workers’ compensation case involves the determination of causation. The evidence based science of causation has been difficult to assemble. This course brings together the science of causation, the law, and the daily application of both.
Advanced Neurology for Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health Professionals Streaming Course Each year a substantial portion of workers’ compensation indemnity and medical costs are spent on claimants with neurological injuries, conditions, and treatment. In this unique streaming seminar, viewers are, for the first time, able to learn about the diagnostic tests that they have been reading and see them demonstrated live. This streaming seminar will help attendees make informed decisions about the etiology, progress, treatment, rehabilitation and return to work of claimants with neurological conditions.
Evidence Based Medicine in Workers’ Compensation Streaming Course Workers’ Compensation administrative systems and the courts are increasingly using Evidence Based Medicine in causation analysis, utilization review of treatment, and work ability assessment. This streaming program will show you how scientific evidence can and should impact causation determinations, treatment decisions, and work restrictions and limitations.