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

Wednesday 27 April 2022

During this event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear a presentation from Proactive Specialists on ‘Optimal Management of Concussion within the first 10- and 28-days post-injury’.

Date: Wednesday 27 April
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6 pm – 6.30 pm networking with light refreshments
6.30 pm– 8.00 pm – presentation
8.00 pm – 8.30 pm – Q&A
Location: Queenstown
Venue:
The Rees Hotel, Luxury Apartments & Lakeside Residences, Ruma Wai Kahu Room, 377 Frankton Road, Queenstown 9300

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

Wednesday 27 April

6:00pm - 8:30pm

Venue

The Rees Hotel, Luxury Apartments & Lakeside Residences, Ruma Wai Kahu Room, 377 Frankton Road, Queenstown 9300

Speciality

Concussion

CME Point Value

2

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During this event, GPs and primary healthcare practitioners will hear a presentation from Proactive Specialists on ‘Optimal Management of Concussion within the first 10- and 28-days post-injury’.

Date: Wednesday 27 April
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Format:
6 pm – 6.30 pm networking with light refreshments
6.30 pm– 8.00 pm – presentation
8.00 pm – 8.30 pm – Q&A
Location: Queenstown
Venue:
The Rees Hotel, Luxury Apartments & Lakeside Residences, Ruma Wai Kahu Room, 377 Frankton Road, Queenstown 9300

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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