APEX Innovations: NIH Career Ladder Training and 1 Year Certification (Free Course)

Product Overview
Note: This version of the course provides 1 YEAR certification. It is aimed at freshman students or those in need of a refurb. There is also a 2-year certification course for those who have previously completed introductory certifications. This 11-item neurological test is used to quantify the effects of acute cerebral ischemia on levels of consciousness, vision, fine motor skills (face and extremities), cerebellar function, sensation, speech, and extinction or inattention. * This course contains videos hosted on Youtube. Confirm that your organization allows access to YouTube before starting this course.

Learning objectives
After completing this medical training activity, participants should be able to:
1. The significance of the stroke scale NIH and the importance of assessment to be explained to the stroke patient.
2. Describe the scale used to quantify neurological deficits in stroke patients.
3. Consistently identify and adequately assess neurological deficits in stroke patients. Successfully conduct a posttest using the NIHSS on a selected patient population.

Author’s Notes
National Institutes of Health

Course Overview
1 Year NIHSS Certification Course Introductory Tips for Evaluating the Meaning of the Health Scale Stroke Disclosure for Medical Specialties Stroke Scale Guide Stroke Patient A Scale Demonstration Patient B Stroke Scale Demonstration NIH Stroke Scale Testing and Certification

Credit Information
Accreditation Body: ACCME; ANCC; Credit unit PT: 3CME; CNE; CE

APEX Innovations: NIH Stroke Scale Training and 2 Years Certification (Free Course)

Product Overview
Note: This version of the course includes a 2 YEAR certification. It is intended for those who have previously completed introductory certifications. There is also a 1 YEAR certification course for beginners or those in need of relief. This 11-item neurological test is used to quantify the effects of acute cerebral ischemia on levels of consciousness, vision, fine motor skills (face and extremities), cerebellar function, sensation, speech, and extinction or inattention. * This course contains videos hosted on Youtube. Confirm that your organization allows access to YouTube before starting this course.

Learning objectives
After completing this medical training activity, participants should be able to:
1. The significance of the stroke scale NIH and the importance of assessment to be explained to the stroke patient.
2. Describe the scale used to quantify neurological deficits in stroke patients.
3. Consistently identify and adequately assess neurological deficits in stroke patients. Successfully posttest using the NIHSS on a selected patient population.

Author’s Notes
National Institutes of Health

Course Summary
2 Year Certification NIHSS Information Presentation of NIHSS Tips for Score Stroke Detection Scale of Importance Medical Specialty Stroke Scale Instructions Stroke Scale Demonstration Patient A Stroke Scale Demonstration Patient B Stroke Scale Testing and Certification NIH

Credit Information
Accreditation Body: ACCME; ANCC; Credit unit PT: 3CME; CNE; THERE IS

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