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Quality Standards for Medical Rehabilitation

Jill Allison, Accreditation Advisor, CARF Canada This presentation will provide a brief overview of person-centred accreditation standards for medical rehabilitation. CARF's international consensus standards for quality are used to accredit over 60,000 programs/sites in 26 countries. At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
  • Discuss CARF's person-centred accreditation standards
  • Identify key quality themes for medical rehabilitation services
  • Explain CARF's consultative approach to accreditation.

Jill Allison is an Accreditation Advisor with CARF Canada who focuses on CARF Aging Services and Medical Rehabilitation accreditation across Canada. Jill earned her MBA from the University of Windsor, and has an undergraduate degree in Health Studies from the University of Waterloo. She has more than two decades of experience in the health sector including in long-term care, home & community care, health promotion, and primary care. As well, Jill has worked as a university instructor, primarily teaching business topics.

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