Start date
27 October, 2018
End date
28 October, 2018

This interdisciplinary, continuing education course offered by the UBC Department of Physical Therapy, is the ultimate learning experience for all clinicians interested in neuroscience and rehabilitation.

The course will be offered simultaneously in Vancouver and Prince George BC.

Day 1: Will be spent in in the neuroanatomy lab reviewing the brain and spinal cord through interactive “hands-on” learning with cadaver specimens and supported by dynamic on-line modules/videos and inter-disciplinary case studies.

Day 2: Will focus on the application of neuroanatomy to the clinician’s daily practice. Topics to be covered include:

  • An overview of neuroimaging (CT and MRI)
  • An introduction to devices that are currently being used to assess/influence brain activity and their applicability to rehabilitation
  • An overview of how neuroanatomy knowledge pertains to disease/injury prognosis, assessment and treatment planning, and differential diagnosis.

Key Speakers

Lara Boyd PT, PhD, Tara Klassen PT, PhD,  Claudia Krebs MD, PhD

Please click here for more information on the speakers: Speaker Bios

Cost  

Early Bird: $449

Regular Rate: $499

Early bird registration: Sun. Sep 2, 2018 | Add to calendar +

For further information contact    Stephanie Ameyaw - stephanie.a@ubc.ca

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Type
Other
Event Cost
Early Bird: $449 Regular Rate: $499
Format
In person
Location

Vancouver UBC and Prince George UNBC
Canada

Posting expiry date
This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.