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The information and/or skills learned will enhance my professional competence or ability.
This activity conveyed information which will assist me in improving the health and/or treatment outcomes of of my patients.
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Identify the cerebral components of posterior circulation.
Recognize how posterior circulation is poorly assessed with today’s stroke exams.
Describe the role of the NIH Stroke Scale and advocate for treatment based on presenting deficits and disabilities.
Examine current controversies of brain death determination, including protocol variability.
Identify potential pitfalls in brain death determination. • Recognize the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) criteria for brain death as an accepted medical standard.
Identify the mechanism behind common sodium abnormalities in the Neuro ICU.
Effectively manage sodium abnormalities early in the diagnosis in order to correct any underlying primary disturbances.
Describe current therapeutic options available for acute flares and disease-modifying treatment.
Apply optimal patient care for patients with multiple sclerosis.
Assist neurologists in the implementation of disease-modifying treatments early in the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in order to achieve safe and effective management of a life-long condition.
Apply the American Stroke Association guidelines for primary stroke prevention, ischemic stroke and transient ischemic attack.
Recognize signs and symptoms of posterior cerebral artery stroke that can lead to life-long disability.
Analyze the pathophysiology of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.
Compare and contrast symptoms for venous and arterial stroke.
Identify the most common causes, less common causes and rare causes of ischemic stroke.
Successfully navigate an appropriate, tailored approach to diagnosis, prognosis and management of cryptogenic stroke.
Implement best practices for a comprehensive stroke center.​
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Posterior Stroke: Don’t Get Left Behind - Eric C. Peterson, M.D.
Low NIHSS: Treat Disability…Not Numbers - Daniel D’Amour, R.N., BSN, CEN, SCRN
Brain Death Determination - Karel Fuentes, M.D.
Sodium Abnormalities and Management of the Neuroscience Patient - Jamelah A. Morton, Ph.D., ARNP, ACNP-BC, CCRN, CNRN, SCRN
Multiple Sclerosis: The Evolving Therapeutic Landscape and the Role of the Nurse - Kathleen Costello, M.S., ANP-BC
Not Your Grandmother’s Stroke - Erin M. Conahan, MSN, R.N., ACNS-BC, CNRN, SCRN, PHRN
Stroke 1 – Achieving Door-to-Treatment Time in Under 30 Minutes - Facilitator: Daniel D’Amour, R.N., BSN, CEN, SCRN
Stroke 2 – Best Practices for Joint Commission Readiness - Facilitator: Jayme Strauss, MSN, R.N., MBA, SCRN, Karen Seagraves, R.N., MPH
Epilepsy Management - Facilitator: Regine Narchet, R.N.
Movement Disorders - Facilitator: Elizabeth Zike, ARNP
Case Study Presentation of Syndromes Associated with Posterior Cerebral Artery Stroke - Jonathan Jehle, MSN, AGNP-BC
The Brain Can’t Drain: Unclogging Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis - Erin M. Conahan, MSN, R.N., ACNS-BC, CNRN, SCRN, PHRN
Exhuming Crypto Stroke - Felipe De Los Rios La Rosa, M.D.
Best Practices for a Comprehensive Stroke Center - Karen Seagraves, R.N., MPH​
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Increased my knowledge
Enhanced my performance
Improved my competence
Ensured that my patients will have improved outcomes