The ONE Conference 2019 -- Recordings
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The ONE Conference 2019
Neonatal Brain Injury: Examination and Diagnosis
Requirements for CE certificate:
#1) Watch the complete presentation #2) Complete the post test #3) Complete the evaluation
List at least two components of a comprehensive neonatal neurological examination:
Describe one feature of the neurological exam, aEEG and/or imaging findings of an infant with severe HIE:
List two or more hallmark findings on the neurologic exam that support the differential diagnosis of neonatal encephalopathy:
Evaluate the Presentation Style and Content -- Neonatal Brain Injury: Examination and Diagnosis
-- Diane Wilson RN (EC), MN, NP-Peds, NNP-BC
The instructor’s ability to explain was
The pace of the material presented was
The content was clear and easy to follow
The content was presented without commercial bias
Evaluation of Objectives -- Rate how well the presentation met the following learning objectives.
Outline at least two components of a comprehensive neonatal neurological examination
Describe the neurological exam, aEEG and/or imaging findings of an infant with severe HIE
List two or more hallmark findings on the neurologic exam that support the differential diagnosis of neonatal encephalopathy
Continuing Education & Certificate Information
Complete the information below to receive a certificate of Participation & Continuing Education. By entering your information below, you certify that you have personally watched all presentations and entered this information after doing so, and that you are submitting this form only for yourself.
Transaction ID #
Find this on your livestream ticket receipt
State License # (will be printed on the CE certificate)
Course Code Prefix
These numbers will show BEFORE the course code on the template.
(Don't forget the #)
Number of Units Earned
(Example: 1 hour, 3 hours, 10 magic beans -- be sure to add the measurement)
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