Impairment Assessment Training

AMA Victoria and the Personal Injury Education Foundation delivers training using the American Medical Association Guides for the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment under Victorian legislation.

  Venue: AMA House - 293 Royal Parade, Parkville. This is a Stream 2 module and it’s designed for doctors that have already successfully completed the Stream 1 version of the module and hold that accreditation. Accreditation requires you to attend the session as well as successfully completing the module assessment. If you have not already successfully completed the Stream 1 version of this module and you want to gain that accreditation, please go back to the homepage and enrol in Hand and Upper Extremity (Stream 1). Successful completion of the Stream 2 module will lead to awarding of one update to accreditation: Hand and Upper Extremity update Module information This module coves the criteria in Chapter 3 of the Guides to evaluate permanent impairments of the upper extremity. The module covers: The various specific methods that can be used in evaluation of impairment including abnormal motion, amputation, sensory or motor nerve dysfunction and ankylosis. The approach to be taken to choose the appropriate method for a particular case and how to derive an overall score when there are multiple impairments of an upper extremity. Discussion of the commonly seen disorders of the upper extremity in a compensation framework. Apportionment of Impairment: The approach required to disentangle what impairment may or may not be related to a compensable event. Read More

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