To review, dissect, and discuss gross anatomical structures of the brain related to rehabilitation of cerebral and cerebellar pathologies.
Upon completion of this educational activity attendees will be expected to:
- Recognize gross anatomical structures of the brain.
- Summarize the functional correlations between human brain structures and neuropathology.
- Apply structural correlates of neuropathology seen in the human brain.
|9:30 a.m.||Clinical Application Lab|
Donald Matz, Ph.D. (primary instructor)
Laura Covill, D.P.T., OCS, COMT
Assistant professor – Doctor of Physical Therapy
Kathy Mercuris, P.T., D.H.S.
Associate professor – Doctor of Physical Therapy
April DS Newton, D.P.T.
Assistant Professor and director of clinical education, Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Des Moines University
Muhammad Spocter, Ph.D.
Assistant professor, Anatomy,
Des Moines University
Katie Stevermer, PT, Ph.D., GCS
Cynthia Utley, P.T.
The instructors indicated they have no financial relationships to disclose relevant to the content of this CME activity.
Please dress accordingly to perform dissection of the brain.
Formaldehyde is used in the gross anatomy lab as a preservative.
The Iowa Board of Examiners does not pre-approve continuing education; this course meets the State of Iowa criteria for continuing education in these professions. Attendees will be given a certificate of participation for a 2.0 continuing education hours.
Participation is limited to 20 participants.
Registration includes materials (non-latex gloves, lab coats, and dissection instruments), specimen handling, cremation, and CEUs.
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