Scoring Key: 5=Strongly Agree 4= Somewhat agree 3=Neither agree nor disagree 2= Somewhat disagree 1=Strongly disagree NA=Not applicable
The skills learned in this CME course enhanced my professional competence.
The skills learned in this CME course will be applied in the treatment of my patients
Scoring Key: 5=Strongly Agree 4=Agree 3=Neutral 2=Disagree 1=Strongly Disagree N/A=Not applicable/Did not attend
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Describe experiences shared by stroke survivors that identify strategies they found useful to cope with the diagnosis.
Recognize the importance of a pre-hospital stroke evaluation to ensure that patients receive timely diagnosis and treatment.
Describe the imaging modalities used to diagnose acute stroke.
Recognize the utility and indications of imaging results in acute stroke.
Determine the precise etiology of a stroke in order to minimize complications and prevent recurrence.
Describe the use of antithrombotic treatments for patients in the first days after acute ischemic stroke onset.
Recognize the importance of evaluating patients who present to the clinic with neurologic symptoms that may be consistent with stroke.
Recognize the clinical features and diagnosis of convulsive status epilepticus in adults.
Explain how causes, prognoses and treatments of status epilepticus differ in adults, and describe optimal evaluation and treatment requirements.
Demonstrate how to prepare for sustained success in certified stroke centers.
Recognize best practices for maintaining high-reliability stroke centers.
Explain the evaluation and initial management of injuries to the cervical spinal column in adults, including the appropriate use of imaging studies.
Recognize the clinical presentation of movement disorders: Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor and dystonia.
Demonstrate the need for timely medical management of Parkinson’s disease and determine what medications to avoid.
Demonstrate proper guidance on how to manage the family and patient regarding postoperative expectations.
Analyze the current data behind patient selection for thrombectomy.
Recognize appropriate candidates who should be taken to the angiography suite.
Examine current gaps in knowledge associated with patient selection for thrombectomy.​
Scoring key: 5=Very effective, 4= Effective, 3= Somewhat effective, 2= Slightly effective, 1= Completely Ineffective, N/A= Not Applicable/Did Not Attend
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Stroke Survivor Stories - Andrew Waisbrot, BSN, R.N.
Pre-Hospital Stroke Evaluation - Daniel D’Amour, R.N., BA, BSN, CEN, SCRN
Alphabet Soup: Decoding Stroke Imaging - Karen Seagraves, Ph.D., MPH
Hemorrhagic vs. Ischemic Stroke Assessment and Management - Jessilyn Pozo, R.N.
NIHSS and Pitfalls - Stephanie Rubinstein, R.N., SCRN
Stroke Assessment: To Infinity and Beyond - Jayme Strauss, R.N., MSN, MBA, SCRN
Decoding Status Epilepticus Management - Aimee E. Green-Blumstein, ARNP
Stroke Certification: Inception, Evolution and Actualization - Karen Seagraves, Ph.D. MPH
Assessing the Complex Spine Patient - Raul A. Vasquez-Castellanos, M.D.
Inpatient Management of Parkinson's Disease Post-DBS - Joan Miravite, DNP, R.N., FNP-BC
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Increased my knowledge
Enhanced my performance
Improved my competence
Ensured that my patients will have improved outcomes