Stroke Care Management

About Stroke Care Management

The Stroke Care Management course includes the latest guidelines on the management of acute ischemic stroke. In addition, students will learn the treatment of intracerebral hemorrhage based on the best evidence currently available. Overall, this course includes a comprehensive set of recommendations for clinicians caring for adult patients with several types of ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes. In short, Stroke Care Management comprehensively reviews brain anatomy and physiology, as well as preventative care, medications, and stroke diagnostics. Additionally, clinicians will learn how to provide hyper-acute care, acute care, and post-acute care for the stroke patient. Moreover, students will learn how to effectively deliver education about primary stroke prevention to the public with the intent to help individuals modify behaviors and adopt health practices.

Why you should choose NEO for Stroke Care Management

The American Heart Association now not only encompasses “Heart Attacks,” but also encompasses “Brain Attacks,” due to its prevalence.  In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Stroke ranks number five for the leading causes of death in the United States. At NEO, our goal is to empower healthcare providers with education so that they may possess knowledge as well as acquire competence in stroke management, thus improving patient outcomes. What sets us apart from other training sites is that we truly care about your learning needs because we understand that everyone learns differently. Lastly, we recommend this course for experienced healthcare providers, new grads and students. For new grads and students, we offer the 5 Finger Discount to help you build a stellar resume.

Course Information

Course Fee: $150.00

Textbook Included

Awarded 4 Contact Education Hours

Schedule online or call us at 866-266-2229

Orange County

San Diego

Stroke Care Management with 2018 American Heart Association Guidelines

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