DMCS 426 – Evaluating DM Program Results

This online workshop is designed to provide a more specialized examination of outcome evaluations—evaluations that measure whether the goals established by a Disability Management Program have been met. It explores evaluation methods and design, and how data can be collected and analysed. On completion of the module participants should be familiar with the steps required to determine whether outcomes such as decreased time away from work, lower insurance premiums or positive cost-benefit ratios have been achieved. The module requires an estimated 22 hours of study activity over a period of 2 weeks including reading, participation in online discussion exercises, and assignments. Prerequisite is Module T from the Disability Management and Return to Work Program or the equivalent background. This module has been endorsed for Certified Disability Management Professional (CDMP) and Certified Return to Work Coordinator (CRTWC) professional development. The number of continuing education credit hours that can be claimed for this module is 22 hours.


* Please note that if this course does not have sufficient registrations it will be postponed to a later date.