Neurobehavioral Impairments

1.0 Continuing Education Credit(s)

In this module you will learn about the effects of a TBI on individuals, and that these effects may be different for each person. This module will also walk you through executive functions of the brain, and the deficits that are frequently observed after TBI.

Objectives

  1. Identify what area of the brain is most commonly injured as a result of TBI.
  2. Understand which types of deficits are most frequently observed after TBI, and why.
  3. Define self-regulation.
  4. Recognize self-regulation deficits and how they can interfere with an individual's treatment.

Online Module

When completing the on-line module you will be presented with learning objectives, a background section that provides the foundation for the topic, and several lessons on sub topics with interactivity to engage you along the way. Tactile learners, in particular, may enjoy the interactivity provided in the on-line modules. Once you complete the lessons, you will be presented with the Module Evaluation and then the Post Test (which requires a score of 80%), followed by the opportunity to print your Documentation of Successful Completion. Modules remain available for your future reference once you have completed them.

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Continuing Medical Education Disclosure 

Neurobehavioral Impairments

Description

This on-line enduring material module will discuss the following:

Neurobehavioral Impairments

   

Planning Committee

The following planning committee members have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose:

John D. Corrigan, PhD

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

Monica Lichi, MS Ed., PC, MBA

Laura VanArsdale, MS

   

The following planning committee member discloses the following:

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

Editorial Board Involvement – Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

   

The educational unit, of the individuals below, does not have a financial interest or affiliation with an organization that may receive direct benefit from the subject of the proposed CME activity. Also, they will not be personally compensated for their role in the planning or execution of this proposed CME activity by an organization other than The Ohio State University: 

John D. Corrigan, PhD

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

Monica Lichi, MS Ed., PC, MBA

Laura VanArsdale, MS

    

Authors 

John D. Corrigan, PhD

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

   
Author/Speaker Disclosures

Dr. Jennifer Bogner discloses the following:

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

Editorial Board Involvement – Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

The following presenters for this educational activity disclose that they have no relevant relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

This educational lesson will not include discussion of unapproved or “off-label” usage of commercial products and/or services.

John D. Corrigan, PhD

Jennifer A. Bogner, PhD

    

Objectives

As a result of this educational activity, on-line participants will be able to:

1.      Identify what area of the brain is most commonly injured as a result of TBI.

2.      Understand which types of deficits are most frequently observed after TBI, and why.

3.      Define self-regulation.

4.      Recognize self-regulation deficits and how they can interfere with an individual's

         treatment.

   

Certificate of Continuing Education

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