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Dr. Death - Protecting Patients from HCP Substance Abuse Disorder Course

Dr. Death - Protecting Patients from HCP Substance Abuse Disorder

In Dallas, Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon, performed 38 surgeries. 32 of these surgeries resulted in severe injuries or death. Jim Girards, a prosecuting attorney, chronicles this tragic course of events involving physician substance abuse.

Screening Laboratory Tests: Recommended Guidelines from the Newborn Nursery to the Nursing Home Course

Screening Laboratory Tests: Recommended Guidelines from the Newborn Nursery to the Nursing Home

Frequent updated screening guidelines can make it difficult for physicians to incorporate guidelines into everyday practice. This course is designed to improve screening utilization and decrease unnecessary testing.

Mass Casualty Incident Preparedness Education: Principles and Lessons Learned from Las Vegas / Mandalay Bay Mass Casualty Incident Course

Mass Casualty Incident Preparedness Education: Principles and Lessons Learned from Las Vegas / Mandalay Bay Mass Casualty Incident

In this course, Dr. Scott Scherr shares his experiences during the Las Vegas/Mandalay Bay shooting that occurred in late 2017, when a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers.

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The Acute Ischemic Stroke Patient Video

The Acute Ischemic Stroke Patient

Dr. Elizabeth Carroll explains why every patient with focal neurologic symptoms should be considered for tissue plasminogen activator and why every person involved in their care plays an important role in the time it takes to give it.

Innovations in the Treatment of Ischemic Stroke and Brain Aneurysms Video

Innovations in the Treatment of Ischemic Stroke and Brain Aneurysms

Dr. James Waldron discusses the current role of endovascular therapy in acute ischemic stroke and the natural history, treatment options and clinical decision making for brain aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Clinical Treatment and Current Research Video

Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Clinical Treatment and Current Research

Parkinson’s disease is not merely a “movement disorder” – it also involves cognitive (mental) and affective (emotional) symptoms. Deep Brain Stimulation therapy itself is complex and multifaceted.

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