Class Information for Certified Neuroscience Nurse Registered Nurse (CNRN) Super Session
This virtual educational presentation is part of the Certified Neuroscience Nurse Registered Nurse (CNRN) 10 session course. The CNRN Super Session is the 11th session is optional for the CNRN 2B participants and open to all of the Clinical Center Nursing Department. This course will have guests presentations from CNRNs from University Maryland Medical Center and Shock Trauma Center. The first session speaker is: Mary Ann Bautista DNP, APRN-CNS, CRNP, CNRN, CCRN, SCRN; the Clinical Nurse Specialist at University of Maryland Center Neuroscience ICU. The second session speaker is: Karen A. McQuillan MS, RN, CNS-BC, CCRN, CNRN, TCRN, FAAN; the lead Clinical Nurse Specialist for University of Maryland Shock Trauma, Neuro Trauma Unit.
You may register for the course and attend any parts of this virtual session. This session will also be recorded and archived for future education opportunities. Session 1:Stroke, Intracranial Hemorrhage, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 4:00PM – 5:30PM Session 2:Neurotrauma, Spinal Cord Trauma, Traumatic Brain Image, Trauma Rehab 5:30PM – 7:30PM
CNRN Review participants and any CCND nurses who would like to learn more from our guest Neuroscience Nursing experts.
1.Differentiate ischemic strokes from hemorrhagic strokes. 2.Discuss the management of a patient with Acute Ischemic Stroke and SAH. 3. Describe the various types of brain injuries caused by trauma. 4. Differentiate between primary and secondary brain injury. 5. Formulate a plan of care for the patient who has sustained a severe traumatic brain injury, which incorporates currently recommended evidence-based interventions to reach desired therapeutic endpoints. 6. Differentiate spinal cord injuries based on the type of lesion and degree of functional loss. 7. Interpret abnormal assessment findings seen with patients that have sustained a cervical spinal cord injury. 8. Formulate a plan of care, which includes currently recommended evidence-based interventions for the patient who has sustained an acute cervical spinal cord injury.