Head Instructor South Orangetown School District Orangeburg, New York
Creating programs with secondary schools can create opportunities for both research and technology advances in rehabilitation as well as create an opportunity to expose secondary school students to rehabilitation health care career opportunities. This program will present a successful collaboration as well as discuss the challenges and opportunities that need to be overcome to allow for a successful program.
Learn how the opportunity for establishing partnerships with secondary schools in the community can lead to productive research collaborations and produce meaningful outcomes
Understand the regulatory and legal obstacles to creating partnerships with hospital based research programs and secondary schools in the community
Learn how to leverage a relationship with secondary schools in an academic fashion to foster interest in rehabilitation careers among secondary high school students
Understand the financial challenges and opportunities to create these collaborations with secondary schools in their community while providing opportunities to enhance research and technology advancement