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RBE 1: The Fundamentals of Clinical Neuroscience & Harnessing Receptor Systems In Clinical Practice

Course Date

Start: 20th September 2019 @ 09:00am
End: 22nd September 2019 @ 15:00pm


Course Location

Oslo Norway
Vulkan, Maridalsveien 13A, 0175 Oslo, Norway, Norway


Course Description

Professors: 
Dr. Matthew Antonucci
Dr. Adam Klotzek

RBE 1: The Fundamentals of Clinical Neuroscience & Harnessing Receptor Systems In Clinical Practice

Foundational Concepts in Clinical Neuroscience is designed to set the foundation for the RBE Certificate Course by providing the skills and knowledge required to observe patients with a neurological lens. This perspective will allow you to understand how that individual receives, interprets, and responds to the world in which they live. Knowledge and understanding of C.N.S will allow you to enhance the function, quality of life, and performance of your clients and patients so that they can live a life of decreased pain, better function, clearer thinking, and optimal performance. Harnessing Receptor Systems was designed to empower a provider with strategies to optimize brain function and performance. By combining your expertise, with ReceptorBased® physiology, this module will provide you with the science, research, and training needed to begin implementing effective neurological applications and programs in your specialty.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn and Implement the “ABCs of Clinical Neuroscience” and how to observe your patient population through a neurological lens.
  2. Provide an evolutionary perspective of neurological development that applies to neurological development and rehabilitation in your patient population.
  3. Master the application of concepts such as the Central Integrated State, Effective Dose Model, Neuro-plasticity, and pertinent neuroanatomy in the context of neurological rehabilitation.
  4. Provide the foundation of receptor-system anatomy and physiology and its integration and interpretation by the brain.
  5. Bridge the delegate’s existing knowledge and experience with contemporary research of ReceptorBased® physiology to develop neurological applications.
  6. Create, deliver, and evaluate the effectiveness of the ReceptorBased® applications on neurological function, performance, and quality of life.

Website

https://carrickinstitute.com/event/rbe-1-oslo-2019/


Course Credits

25


Course Contact Name

Rebecca Robillard


Course Contact Email

rrobillard@carrickinstitute.com