Year in Review: Neuroscience - 2022
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Professional Development and Education, Neuroscience, Quality and Patient Safety, 2022
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This session will highlight the latest research, lessons learned, and changes taking place in critical care neuroscience as they may apply to clinical practice. Topics covered include the Curing Coma Campaign and diversity and inclusion in neurocritical care.

Learning Objectives:
-Describe the Curing Coma Campaign initiative
-Illustrate diversity and inclusion initiatives in neurocritical care
-Appraise the latest research trials in the field of neurocritical care and how they may apply to clinical practice
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Area Neuroscience
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Professional Development
Tag Coma
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Year 2022
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