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ON THE WEB C h e c k o u t A B M P P o c k e t P a t h o l o g y a t w w w. a b m p . c o m / a b m p - p o c k e t - p a t h o l o g y - a p p . 11 BLOG POSTS THE ABMP PODCAST CONTINUING EDUCATION IS IT SAFE TO DO OUTCALL MASSAGE SERVICES? From the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, many ABMP members have asked for guidance on doing outcall services at the client's home. We have not found reliable guidance to follow on this, so we reached out to epidemiologist Tessa Crume, an associate professor in the Epidemiology Department at the Colorado School of Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, to get her expert advice on this question. COVID-RELATED COAGULOPATHY, TAKE 3: A CONVERSATION WITH A HEMATOLOGIST Pathology educator and author Ruth Werner recently had a conversation with Yaser Diab, MD, a hematologist working at Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC, about abnormal coagulation associated with COVID-19 and how massage therapy might fit in the context of COVID-19 survivors and coagulopathy. GETTING USED TO WORKING IN MASKS Healwell's Cal Cates and Kerry Jordan provide an overview of what it's like for massage therapists working in masks—from which masks to use to concerns about breathing. ABMP PODCAST NETWORK LAUNCHES "I HAVE A CLIENT WHO . . ." WITH RUTH WERNER ABMP is proud to partner with author and educator Ruth Werner on the launch of the new "I Have a Client Who . . ." weekly podcast. With decades of experience and dedication to the research of pathologies, Werner tackles listeners' real-life stories about clients with conditions that are perplexing or confusing. To submit a scenario to Werner, email NEW SCAR TISSUE MANAGEMENT COURSE SERIES FROM ABMP Check out ABMP's new three-course series "Scar Tissue Management" from Nancy Keeney Smith and Cathy Ryan. Learn how scar tissue forms, the factors that contribute to an abnormal scar, and how to work with scars safely and productively at different stages of wound healing. The continuing education courses provide video demonstrations of hands-on massage techniques, and ABMP members can earn free CE hours by watching the courses and completing short quizzes, which are available in the ABMP Education Center at

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