Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury Education Project Online Courses for Health Professionals
Course 1: "Physiological/Symptom Control and Interdisciplinary Care Team"
"Physiological/Symptom Control and Interdisciplinary Care Team" focuses on the physiological symptoms unique to returning veterans suffering from blast-incurred neurological trauma sustained during military theatre operations including traumatic brain injury, comorbidities such as PTSD, and other polytraumatic injuries.
Credits: 4 Credits
Theresa Bacon-Baguley, PhD, RN, is a GVSU Professor, nurse physiologist and director of research who has 19 years educating undergraduates, graduates for physician assistant program.
Percival Pangilinan, MD is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan Health System, Department of PM&R. He also serves as the Section Chief of TBI/Polytrauma at the VA Ann Arbor. His clinical interests focus on rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury or stroke.
Course 2: "Cognitive & Behavioral Health"
Credits: 4 Credits
Jared L. Skillings, PhD, ABPP, FACHP, is the current President of the Academy of Clinical Health Psychology and currently services as the Director of Behavioral Medicine at Spectrum Health.
Bret A. Moore, PsyD, ABPP is a clinical Psychologist in San Antonio, TX and former Active Duty Captain and Psychologist with the United States Army.
Course 3: "Case Management and Community Reintegration"
"Case Management and Community Reintegration" will focus on coordination of services for wounded warriors from governmental agencies; community, local, and regional agencies and other professional agencies that assist and facilitate their self-efficacy and return to productive family, social, and occupational roles and responsibilities. While polytrauma and traumatic brain injuries are often devastating to the average American and his or her family, they can take on a different meaning in the wounded warrior population
Credits: 3 Credits
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