Min Trevor Kyi
Min Trevor Kyi is an occupational therapist and clinical associate professor with the UBC Faculty of Medicine, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. He is the director of Functional Outcomes Rehabilitation Services in Vancouver, B.C., specializing in Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) and cost of future care. He is a senior disability analyst and diplomate with the American Board of Disability Analysts, as well as an active member of the International Clinical Research Consortium for Brain Injury. He is a Certified Functional Capacity Evaluator and Certified AMPS Evaluator, trained in the assessment of motor and process skills. He taught the international certification program in Work Capacity Evaluation for Roy Matheson and Associates for over 20 years, and continues to lecture in the fields of FCE and brain injury. He has testified for the Supreme Court of British Columbia on over 75 occasions. He has lectured throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, and Asia and was the first non-physician recipient of the UBC Faculty of Medicine Award for outstanding clinical teaching.
Presentation: Functional Capacity Evaluation and Work Durability: Evidence-based protocols
Delegates will be provided with an evidence-based overview of Functional Capacity Evaluation, with a focus on the patientís ability to maintain performance over time. Lecture information will equip participants with a better understanding of how to design and use FCE protocols to defensibly predict an individualís capacity to maintain work performance over time. Information will be specific, referenced, and practically focused, with updates in various areas of clinical practice, including Functional Baseline-Repeat Testing and the concept of Methods Time Measurement (MTM).