The Harvard University Medical School will host the12th Annual Sports Concussion, Traumatic Brain And Spine Injury Conference at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in Boston May 14-15.
This course “will focus on the basic science and clinical management of traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and spinal cord injury. The first day, added this year, is focused on TBI, while the second day emphasizes sports-related concussions.”
Through lectures, panel presentations, small group discussions, Q&A and case reviews, the course will provide “practical knowledge and skills needed to diagnose, treat and manage the full spectrum of TBI, sports-related concussion and spine injury during both the acute and chronic phases of recovery.”
“Afternoon workshops on both days will address practical concerns for clinicians, athletic trainers, coaches and school personnel.”
The target audience is “neurologists, neurosurgeons, nurses, pediatricians, emergency and trauma physicians, emergency medical technicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, primary care physicians, psychologists, athletic trainers and coaches.”
For more info, visit: http://www.hms-cme.net/352491/