The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. Till this day, there is still little knowledge about its full capacity and abilities. While we recognise it as the powerhouse of the body, we understand that it is also fragile and prone to injury. Whether it be a car accident, a fall, blunt force trauma, or something less obvious, such as an infection. Understanding the impact on the brain can help us to better understand how to manage these injuries and provide the best quality care for these patients. Attend this timely conference and learn about...
The brain and all its glory
External force – traumatic brain injury and accidents
Infection – getting to the core of the brain injury
How to assess a patient post-seizure
Case studies and much, much more…
Speakers for this event are still being confirmed
To Be Determined
Need for Program
A brain injury can present in a patient in any healthcare setting. They can manifest in many different ways and, though some may not be obvious at first glance, it is essential that nurses are equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge and understanding of these brain injuries to provide the most appropriate care and reduce morbidity and mortality.
Purpose of Program
The purpose of this program is to improve awareness and care of people with a brain injury.
Your learning outcomes
- Improve knowledge of the brain and injuries that can occur
- Underpin patient outcomes with evidence-based practice, recognised standards, and guidelines
- Meet the care needs of a person with a brain injury
- Increase your ability to educate patients, carers, and colleagues in line with the latest evidence to ensure best outcomes