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ISPRM Webinar Series: Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and COVID-19 - Experiences from Taiwan and USA

About This Webinar

Learning objectives from Dr. Yuan-Yang Cheng's lecture:
1. Understand the role of rehabilitation in the management of patients with COVID-19
2. Have the knowledge of the infection precautions in the management of patients with COVID-19
3. Realized the rehabilitation protocols for the following five categories of patients with COVID-19: outpatients with mild disease and no risk factors; outpatients with mild disease and epidemiological risk factors; hospitalized patients with moderate to severe disease; ventilator-supported patients with clear cognitive function; ventilator-supported patients with impaired cognitive function

Learning objectives from Dr. Matthew N. Bartels's lecture:
1. Learn what common cardiac issues are seen in COVID-19 survivors
2. Understand that cardiac rehabilitation can be provided to COVID-19 survivors without significant issues
3. Learn simple guidelines for exercise prescription for COVID-19 survivors

  • Introduction by Moderators
  • Lecture by Dr. Matthew N. Bartels
  • Lecture by Dr. Yuan-Yang Cheng
  • Questions and Answers (Q&A) session
  • Closing remarks by moderators
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Donation
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Matthew N. Bartels is the Chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Montefiore Health System/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received his MD and MPH degrees from Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons followed by Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine Residency Programs at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. He was the inaugural John A. Downey Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons where he established the Human Performance Laboratory at Columbia University and directed Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation there until September 2013 when he assumed the chairmanship at the Montefiore Health System. Dr. Bartels has published multiple scientific and review papers and is an invited speaker both in the United States and internationally. His particular areas of interest include cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, heart and lung transplant rehabilitation, biomechanical interventions for musculoskeletal pain, exercise and cognition, and development of new models of post acute care delivery.
Webinar hosting presenter
Dr. Yuan-Yang Cheng is the director of Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Taichung Veterans General Hospital. He is also the vice chairman of the academic committee of Taiwan Academy of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation and assistant professor of Faculty of Medicine in National Yang-Ming University. His work focuses specifically on the field of pulmonary rehabilitation, pain medicine and exercise training. His recent publications this year could be found in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Plos One. His E-mail is rifampin@gmail.com, and he welcomes any discussions regarding to the field of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation through the E-mail.
Webinar hosting presenter
Junior Specialist at the Istanbul Sisli Hamidiye Etfal Training and Research Hospital
ISPRM World Youth Forum Country Ambassador of Turkey
Webinar hosting presenter
Physician Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation resident (PGY4) at Prince Sultan Military Medical City
ISPRM World Youth Forum Country Ambassador of Saudi Arabia
Webinar hosting presenter
3rd year resident at Hospital Manuel Rocca, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
ISPRM World Youth Forum Board Member
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