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Global Neuro—Comprehensive Online Diploma in Neurotrauma Care

for Neurosurgeons and Neurosurgery Residents

  • 01 July - 25 November 2021
  • Andres Rubiano El Bosque University, MEDITECH Foundation
  • Gregory Hawryluk University of Manitoba
  • Registration fee: USD 500.00
    Discounts are available, check the registration tab!

This Global Neuro Comprehensive Online Diploma in Neurotrauma Care has been developed for neurosurgeons and other health care providers, including residents, dedicated to the integral management of Neurotrauma, as well as complex and interdisciplinary patient care. The program is endorsed by the WFNS Neurotraumatology Committee and WFNS Young Neurosurgeons Forum.

Chair(s)
  • Andres Rubiano
    El Bosque University, MEDITECH Foundation
  • Gregory Hawryluk
    University of Manitoba
Contributor(s)
Format
Online Education
Target audience

This Global Neuro Comprehensive Online Diploma in Neurotrauma Care has been developed for neurosurgeons and other health care providers, including residents, dedicated to the integral management of Neurotrauma, as well as complex and interdisciplinary patient care.

Languages
English

The diploma program is a combination of lectures, tutorials and case studies, to increase participants' basic understanding of evidence-based practice in neurotrauma. The video lectures will be delivered weekly and will be available in a repository for remote access during the 21 weeks duration of the program. Web-based discussions will be set up in specific time slots in order to allow students from different time zones to participate in live sessions. Discussions will be available in the repository to be accessed after the real time sessions.  

The program is organized in 10 modules (each one with 6 lectures, totaling 60 lectures). These will be evaluated with a multiple-choice test with a minimum required score of 70%. At the end of the 10 modules a final exam evaluating the content of the whole program will be performed online. 

The final grade will be a sum of the module’s exams (50%) and the final exam (50%). The minimum required score to obtain the certification will be 7.0 / 10 (70%)

 

Agenda

 

Module 1: Neurotrauma Epidemiology and Trauma Care Systems

Date(s): July 1 to July 15, 2021

Moderator: Kee Park (Harvard University / USA)

Faculty: Michael C Dewan (Vanderbilt University/ USA), Ernest Barthelemy (Mount Sinai/ USA), Andres Rubiano (El Bosque University/ COL), Jeffrey Rosenfeld (Monash University/ AUS), Kee Park (Harvard University/ USA)

 

Module 2: Insights of Neurotrauma Pathophysiology

Date(s): July 15 to July 29, 2021

Moderator: Anthony Figaji (Cape Town University / ZAF)

Faculty: Niklas Marklund (U. Lund / SWE), Mathew Joseph (India), Anthony Figaji (Cape Town University / ZAF), Robert Vink (University of South Australia/ AUS), Gregory Hawryluk (University of Manitoba/ CAN), Michael Fehlings (University of Toronto/ CAN)

 

Module 3: Initial Assessment and Management of the Neurotrauma Patients

Date(s): July 29 to August 12, 2021

Moderator: Ryan Kitagawa (Texas University/ USA)

Faculty: Deepak Gupta (AIIMS, IND), Mark Wilson (I. College / GBR), Claudius Thomé (University of Innsbruck/ AUT), Shaheem De Vries (Western Cape Government Health Emergency, ZAF), Shelly Timmons (Indiana University / USA), Ryan Kitagawa (Texas University/ USA)

 

Module 4: Neurotrauma Diagnostic Systems and Brain Monitoring Devices I

Date(s): August 12 to August 26, 2021

Moderator: Lori Shutter (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center/ USA)

Faculty: Geoffrey Manley (University of California SF/ USA), Wilco Peul (Leiden University /NLD), Maria A. Poca (University of Barcelona/ ESP), David Okonkwo (University of Pittsburgh/ USA), Chiara Robba (Addenbrooke’s Hospital/ GBR), Jordan Komisarov (Duke Health/ USA)

 

Module 5: Neurotrauma Diagnostic Systems and Brain Monitoring Devices II

Date(s): August 26 to September 9, 2021

Moderator: Gregory Hawryluk (University of Manitoba/ CAN)

Faculty: Maurizio Iacoangeli (U.P.D. Marche/ ITA), Uzma Samadani (University of Minnesota, USA), Marek Czosnyka (University of Cambridge/ GBR), Lori Shutter (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center/ USA), Luzius Steiner (Lausanne University Hospital/ CHE), Elham Rostami (Uppsala University/SWE)

 

Module 6: Surgical Management of Neurotrauma Patients I

Date(s): September 9 to September 23, 2021

Moderator: Andres Rubiano (El Bosque University/ COL)

Faculty: Ivan Timofeev (Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust/ GBR), Se-Hyuk Kim (Ajou University/ KOR), Eiichi Suehiro (Yamaguchi University/ JPN), Franco Servadei (Humanitas University/ ITA), Alfonso Lagares (Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre/ ESP), Oscar Alves (Hospital Lusíadas Porto/ PRT)

 

Module 7: Surgical Management of Neurotrauma Patients II

Date(s): September 23 to October 7, 2021

Moderators: Andreas Demetriades (Edinburgh University/ GBR) and Michael Fehlings (University of Toronto/ CAN)

Faculty: Michael Fehlings (University of Toronto/ CAN), Andreas Demetriades (Edinburgh University/ GBR), Michael Reinert (Neuro- and Spinal Center at the Hirslanden Klinik St. Anna/ CHE), Jose Fernandez Alen (Hospital 12 de Octubre/ ESP), Ann Parr (University of Minnesota/ USA), David Le Feuvre (University of Cape Town/ ZAF), Randy Bell (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center/ USA)

 

Module 8: Critical Care Management of Neurotrauma Patients

Date(s): October 7 to October 21, 2021

Moderator: Gregory Hawryluk (University of Manitoba/ CAN)

Faculty: Alex Valadka (Virginia Commonwealth University/ USA), Jean-Claude Hemphill (University of California SF/ USA), Niklas Marklund (Lund University/ SWE), Francis Bernard (University of Montréal/ CAN), Celeste Dias (University of Porto/ PRT), John Hulbert (University of Arizona/USA)

 

Module 9: Integral Management of Special Neurotrauma Populations

Date(s): October 21 to November 4, 2021

Moderators: David Adelson (Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital/ USA) and Andras Büki (Pecs University/ HUN)

Faculty: Robson Amorim (Federal University of Amazonas/ BRA), Andras Büki (Pecs University/ HUN), David Adelson (Barrow NI-PCH / USA), Aurelia Peraud (University Hospital Ulm/ DEU), Jong Hyun Kim (Korea University College of Medicine/ KOR), Michael Buchfelder (University of Erlangen/ DEU)

 

Module 10: Management of Complex Cases and Complications in Neurotrauma Patients

Date(s): November 4 to November 18, 2021

Moderator: Corrado Iaccarino (University of Parma/ ITA)

Faculty: Christian Matula (University of Vienna/ AUT), Guoyi Gao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine/ CHN), Wellingson Paiva (University of Sao Paulo/ BRA), Corrado Iaccarino (University of Parma/ ITA), Julian Bailes (University of Chicago/USA), Paul Manson (John Hopkins University/ USA)

 

Final Exam: 50 Questions

Date(s): November 18 to November 25, 2021

Moderators: Andres Rubiano (El Bosque University/ COL) and Gregory Hawryluk (University of Manitoba/ CAN)

 

Accreditation

 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the Joint Providership of CME Outfitters, LLC, and Global Neuro. CME Outfitters, LLC is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

CME Outfitters, LLC designates this other activity for a maximum of 43.5  AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

By completing this course, participants will be better able to:

  • To demonstrate the magnitude of the spectrum of neurotrauma epidemiology worldwide and how different types of injuries can affect patients in different age groups.
  • To develop the ability to read and understand published research related to cranial and spinal neurotrauma, integrated management and outcomes.
  • Analyze the differences of initial assessment and management of neurotrauma patients in different level of resource availability, interacting with protocols, guidelines, consensus and evidence-based interventions in a wider frame of patient safety first.
  • To develop the appropriate decision-making skills to apply a multi-disciplinary and cross-specialty approach to the prehospital, emergency care, surgical and critical care management of neurotrauma patients.
  • To generate the essential knowledge and critical analysis to define futility of care in complex cases and in neurotrauma care related complications.

Global Neuro, Linda Domeisen
Phone: +41768240488, Email: linda.domeisen@globalneuro.org

Seats
250
   
Registration fee
USD 500.00
Discounts
  • Resident rate (50%)
  • LMICs Resident rate (75%)
  • EANS Member discount (10%)
  • LMICs Specialist rate (50%)
Included items
Course materials

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