Competency in Bariatric Care
General Practice Issues

 
 
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This episode is eligible for CEU credits!

This week, Natalie and Jessica interview Deborah Ruediger about ways that OT can more competently interact with and treat adults who are obese. We also discuss ways that OT can promote health, independence, and participation following bariatric surgery.

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