Sunrise Medical Launches a New Resource—Education in Motion

Published in Complex Rehab on October 02, 2019

Sunrise Medical launched Education in Motion (EIM) in March and continues to add new resources every month. It’s a go-to online resource for clinicians, assistive technology professionals (ATPs), and others involved in the profession of seating and wheeled mobility equipment.

EIM offers the opportunity to schedule any one of 10 on-site continuing education course (CEU) seminars taught by one of our highly educated and experienced clinical team members. Regularly added articles and resources are formatted to allow clinicians to print out what they need on demand and build their own library. The site also features real-life user stories and helpful links such as industry whitepapers and links to CRT industry websites.

Sunrise Medical believes that education is a key element in providing the best solution possible for improving people's lives. More Knowledge + More Skills = Better Outcomes.

Visit the Education in Motion website to learn more and sign up to receive the newsletter with updates on availability of new resources, blog articles, and so much more.


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