2.12.2019 Empowering a Return to Learn Team Evaluation
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We would like to know the extent to which the Empowering a Return to Learn Team: Concussion Adjustments in the Classroom WebEx, has met your expectations. For each item below, please choose the answer that best describes your response to the statement. 

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The information from this WebEx will be beneficial to me in my work
Overall, I was satisfied this WebEx
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We would like to know the extent to which the Empowering a Return to Learn Team: Concussion Adjustments in the Classroom WebEx has met the outlined objectives. For each objective below, please choose the answer that best describes your response to the statement. 
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The session effectively met the objectives
Objective 1. Participants will be able to understand Return to Learn in West Virginia and the process of implementation.
Objective 2. Participants will review the REAP (Remove/Reduce, Educate, Adjust/Accommodate, Pace) Concussion Management Manual.
Objective 3. Participants will be able to understand the roles and responsibilities of the family team, school team, and medical team in implementation of Return to Learn and how those teams can effectively integrate efforts.
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We would like to further understand the extent that the Empowering a Return to Learn Team: Concussion Adjustments in the Classroom WebEx met your expectations. For each item below, please choose the answer that best describes your response to the statement. 
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The presenter, Sara Miller, MPH, CBIST, held my attention
The audiovisuals were helpful
I would recommend this presentation to my colleagues
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Please suggest topics for future conferences or WebEx
 

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Please provide any additional comments 


 

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For questions, email Judy Koehler at jkoehler@marshall.edu