Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine Resources
SEAK is the sponsor of the largest and most highly regarded national workers’ compensation and occupational medicine conference. SEAK’s Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine Conference was first held in 1980 and takes place Annually. Our attendees learn from international thought leaders and go home with cost saving solutions to their issues. We have over 50 exhibitors in attendance each year and our conference is an annual networking event.
|Preconferences||Hyannis, MA||July 19, 2016||July 19, 2016|
|36th Annual National Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Medicine Conference||Hyannis, MA||July 20, 2016||July 22, 2016|
Seminars Available On DVD
| Advanced Orthopedics for Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Health Professionals; 7-DVD Set
Each year a large portion of workers’ compensation indemnity and medical costs are spent on claimants with orthopedic injuries, conditions, and treatment. These DVDs will show you how to make informed decisions about: claims, causation development of treatment plans, best practices, management, health promotion, rehabilitation, disability impairment, and return to work.
| Causation of Occupational Injuries Fact or Fiction; 5-DVD Set
This DVD set 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; 3-DVD SET
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 DVD set, viewers are, for the first time, able to learn about the diagnostic tests that they have been reading and see them demonstrated live. This DVD seminar will help attendees make informed decisions about the etiology, progress, treatment, rehabilitation and return to work of claimants with neurological conditions.