Technology Interventions for TBI
Nov. 13, 2014; 1-2:30 p.m. (ET)
The integration of innovative technology tools to support the assessment and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an area of increasing interest and importance to providers in the military health care system. Technology tools may provide increased compliancy with treatment and engagement with care, increased validity of patient reports and efficiency in the delivery of care by maximizing engagement between sessions to make meaningful lasting changes in the lives of patients.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify innovative technology tools and their impact on clinical practice with patients who have sustained a TBI
- Describe technology tools which can help minimize or eliminate the short- and long-term adverse effects of military-related TBI
- Examine research, legal, ethical and other considerations when employing technology in TBI care
- David C. Cooper, Psy.D.
- Psychologist, Mobile Health Program National Center for Telehealth and Technology Joint Base Lewis-McChord Tacoma, Wash.
- Maj. Pamela DiPatrizio, AN, MSN, CEN, CPEN
- Chief, Office of Education Outreach Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Silver Spring, Maryland
Continuing education credit is available from Duke Medicine. You must register on or before Nov. 13, 2014, at 3 p.m. (EST) to qualify for the receipt of continuing education credit.
To qualify for receipt of continuing education credit for applicable webinars, eligible participants must create a profile in the Duke Medicine Learning Management System and register for the event on, or before, the event registration deadline. Complete responses to all pre-registration questions are required to be eligible to receive credit for attending this event. For guidance on creating a user account and event registration in the Duke Medicine Learning Management System site, please visit https://www.dcri.org/cee/education/ethosce-learning-center/EthosCE_Fundamentals.pdf.
DCoE’s awarding of continuing education credit is limited in scope to health care providers who actively provide psychological health and traumatic brain injury care to U.S. active-duty service members, reservists, National Guardsmen, military veterans and/or their families. For additional details, please visit: http://www.dcoe.mil/Libraries/Documents/DCoE-Monthly-Webinar-Series-Continuing-Education-Accreditation-April-2014.pdf.
Additionally since September 2014 for Psychology: This activity complies with all of the continuing education criteria identified through the American Psychological Association (APA) Continuing Education Requirements.