Traumatic Brain Injury (1 Hour CEU)
Course Description: The brain is the executive command center for an individual and damage to the brain can cause significant disability or even worse, death. Traumatic brain injuries are a complex injury that includes a broad spectrum of symptoms and potential consequences. This brief advance level course explores what is a traumatic brain injury, causes, consequences and treatment for an individual.
Course Author: Bryan Glazier, PhD, LMFT, LMHC
Traumatic Brain Injury: Hope Through Research. NINDS, Publication date September 2015. NIH Publication No. 15-2478. Available at https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/Patient-Caregiver-Education/Hope-Through-Research/Traumatic-Brain-Injury-Hope-Through-Research
- Define what is a Traumatic Brain Injury
- Explore how a TBI affects the brain
- Identify Causes of and symptoms of TBI
- Review the diagnosis process, treatment, and prevention of a TBI.
- What is TBI?
- How does it affect the brain?
- What are the leading causes of TBI?
- What are the signs and symptoms? Effects on consciousness?
- How is TBI diagnosed?
- How is it treated?Mild/Severe
- Factors that influence recovery
- Can TBI be prevented?
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