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Webinar CME Session: Optimal Management of Concussion within the first 10 and 28 days post-injury

Thursday 28 October

This face to face CME session had to be changed to webinar, due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please register here if you would like to participate or click register on the right hand side and one of our team member will register you.

The CME is about Optimal Management of Concussion within the first 10 and 28 days post-injury.

During the event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear from Proactive Specialists.

Date: Thursday 28 October
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6.30pm – 8.30pm – presentation
Location: Webinar

Key messages and learning outcomes:

  • To have best practice approaches to the assessment of Concussion, management of symptoms, and return to activity/function.
  • Based on current research evidence, to gain additional understanding of mechanisms of injury and reasons for prolonged symptoms.
  • To gain additional knowledge of ways to understand and manage complex biopsychosocial backgrounds for patients presenting with significant symptomatology after head injury.

Date & Time

Thursday 28 October

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Venue

Webinar

Speciality

Concussion

CME Point Value

2

Register

This face to face CME session had to be changed to webinar, due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please register here if you would like to participate or click register on the right hand side and one of our team member will register you.

The CME is about Optimal Management of Concussion within the first 10 and 28 days post-injury.

During the event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear from Proactive Specialists.

Date: Thursday 28 October
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6.30pm – 8.30pm – presentation
Location: Webinar

Key messages and learning outcomes:

  • To have best practice approaches to the assessment of Concussion, management of symptoms, and return to activity/function.
  • Based on current research evidence, to gain additional understanding of mechanisms of injury and reasons for prolonged symptoms.
  • To gain additional knowledge of ways to understand and manage complex biopsychosocial backgrounds for patients presenting with significant symptomatology after head injury.

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