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Chiropractors in Wisconsin have a legal and ethical obligation to: 1) obtain informed consent from patients; 2) to practice to the chiropractic standard of care. However, these issues often become extremely controversial in a contested or litigated case. Some of the applicable standards and rules are actually little known to many chiropractors. This course will provide you with a wealth of evidence-based information in the topics of informed consent, chiropractic standard of care, and patient safety.
Members: Early Bird (7 or more days prior) $125 / Standard Rate $145
Nonmembers: Early Bird $185 / Standard Rate $205
Getting to Aurora Sinai
Class is in the "A Building", Lower Level, Rapkin Auditorium
950 N 12th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233
The Rapkin Auditorium is in the “A Building” Lower Level, 950 N 12th Street, Milwaukee. The entrance is directly across the street from the main entrance of Aurora Sinai. On weekends, parking is available in the small lot in front of the Aurora Research Institute at 960 N 12th Street (adjacent to the building that houses the Rapkin Auditorium). There is also abundant street parking in the area on the weekends.
Ambassador Inn, 2301 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee (1 mile away) is a preferred hotel. They run an hourly shuttle to Aurora Sinai medical center. They offer a free shuttle to Aurora Sinai and reduced rates. Be sure to mention that you are utilizing an Aurora Health Care facility.
Phone: 414 342-0000 http://www.ambassadorinnmilwaukee.com Or visitmilwaukee.com
INSTRUCTOR Jeffrey M. Wilder, DC, FACO, CCSP, FICA
Dr. Jeffrey M. Wilder has been a leader in chiropractic for over 37 years. He is Board Certified in Chiropractic Orthopedics, a distinction held by less that one percent of the nation’s chiropractors. In addition, he is a certified as a Chiropractic Sports Physician.
Dr. Wilder has served as a leader in state and national chiropractic organizations, and was the President of the WCA from 1991-1997. Dr. Wilder has lectured on chiropractic topics throughout the U.S. He frequently serves as an expert witness in disputed cases, and works for the State of Wisconsin to resolve Workers Compensation disputes. Dr. Wilder got interested in chiropractic when he was involved in an auto crash injury at age 16. He remembers, “Our family MD wanted to take me out of sports and put me in traction, but our family chiropractor got me back in the game quickly!”.