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Neurological Emergencies/Psychological and Social Emergencies – It’s not all in Your Head

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Neurological Emergencies/Psychological and Social Emergencies – It’s not all in Your Head

Home » Neurological Emergencies/Psychological and Social Emergencies – It’s not all in Your Head
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Presented By: Jeff Solheim, MSN, RN-BC CEN, CFRN, FAEN, Solheim Enterprises April 2015
April 2015

The Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) exam contains 15 questions on neurological emergencies and an additional 7 questions on psychosocial emergencies. Therefore these two areas constitute 15% of the entire exam. This session provides learners with information that will prepare them for neurological and psychosocial emergencies. Content includes, but is not limited to traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, non-traumatic neurological emergencies, psychosis, eating disorders and abuse.

Objectives:

  • List five strategies that can be employed to reduce intracranial pressure
  • Recognize five different causes of headaches based on the symptoms the patient will present with
  • Describe therapeutic approaches to patients with psychosis

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WHO SHOULD WATCH

Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.

INQUIRES

For ED inquiries, please contact Laurel Grisbach at (818) 545-3342 or laurel.grisbach@betahg.com.

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