Traumatic Brain Injury (NW0404)
Pre-Approved for: ABVE, ACM, CA BRN, CLCP, CNLCP, COPS-KT, Delaware BON, RNs
Credit Hours: 4
1.) Traumatic Brain Injury: it's signs and symptoms and post-injury complications
2.) The risk factors for TBI
3.) The Glasgow Coma Scale and it applicability to TBI
4.) Disabilities that can result from a TBI
1.) The cognitive and communication problems that result from TB
2.) How cognitive and communication problems are assessed and treated
- Describe the current research being done on TBI
Part 1: Traumatic Brain Injury: Cognitive and Communication Disorders
- What Is Traumatic Brain Injury?
- Who Suffers From Head Trauma?
- What Are the Cognitive and Communication Problems That Result From Traumatic Brain Injury?
- How Are the Cognitive and Communication Problems Assessed?
- How Are the Cognitive and Communication Problems Treated?
- What Research Is Being Done?
- Where Can I Get Additional Information?
Part 2: Traumatic Brain Injury: Hope Through Research
- What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
- What Are the Signs and Symptoms of TBI?
- What Are the Causes of and Risk Factors for TBI?
- What Are the Different Types of TBI?
- What Medical Care Should a TBI Patient Receive?
- How Does a TBI Affect Consciousness?
- What Immediate Post-Injury Complications Can Occur From a TBI?
- What Disabilities Can Result From a TBI? 3
- Are There Other Long-Term Problems Associated With a TBI?
- What Kinds of Rehabilitation Should a TBI Patient Receive?
- How Can TBI be Prevented?
- What Research is the NINDS Conducting?
- Where Can I Find More Information?
- Information Resources