Next week, we are proud to have Dr Kim Proudlove MBBS, FAFRM (Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, Alfred Health/Cabrini Health) present a case-based discussion on TBI. Dr Proudlove is a rehabilitation physician with a special interest in neuro-rehabilitation. She has been caring for patients at the statewide Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Unit at Caulfield Hospital since 2015. In addition to supervising and training rehabilitation registrars and junior doctors. Dr Proudlove is also skilled in spasticity management, including botulinum toxin and phenol injections. Similar to a recent case-based discussion sessions, we envisage an interactive, engaging session that examines a scenario(s) that registrars encounter commonly in their day-to-day clinical practice.
Date/Time: Wednesday 22nd November, 3.00-4.30pm
Topic: Case-Based Discussion: TBI
Presenter: Dr Kim Proudlove
Venue: Virtual via Zoom
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Meeting ID: 619 791 5387
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Potential learning objectives for the session include:
Understand ABI factors impacting on the classification of ABI severity.
Outline key management principles in the Post-Traumatic Amnesia phase.
Outline some common medical complications of ABI.
Describe the roles of the interdisciplinary team in both inpatient and community-based ABI Rehabilitation.
Outline some longer outcomes and issues for clients with severe TBI.
We look forward to your participation next week. Importantly, we thank Dr Proudlove for her time in her always busy schedule.