Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies
Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

by Sharon Bord, MD

Everything you need to know about altered mental status and neurologic emergencies

Acquire up to date knowledge concerning the common causes of neurologic and psychiatric emergencies in the ER in this online course. Learn more about the correct approach to headaches and acute ischemic stroke. This online course goes on to cover hemorrhage, seizures, and the right approach to the suicidal patient.

Course Details

  • Videos 35
  • Duration 2:44 h
  • Quiz questions 91
  • Articles 8

Content

Your Educators of course Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

 Sharon Bord, MD

Sharon Bord, MD

As an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Sharon Bord, M.D. knows how to teach important skills to students. She is a member of the Committee of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors and Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine and on the editorial board for a board review question book.

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Diff diagnostics are great
By Gulbanu S. on 05. September 2020 for Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

Brilliant tutorial.I like it very much.It has a great content.And key factors are highlited.And questions are brilliantly constructed.Answer choices makes you think deeply and focus more in order to pick a correct choice. Overall it us an exceptional job.

 
what it needs to be 5 stars
By Monica A. on 03. January 2020 for Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

It is missing more test questions for a very important and usually frequently asked subject.

 
So useful
By Rodrigo C. on 27. October 2019 for Altered Mental Status (AMS): History

I can see that she has a lot of experience with this kind of patients.

 
5 stars
By Rodrigo C. on 27. October 2019 for Altered Mental Status (AMS): Common Causes

The main reason why people don't rate 5 stars more often is because we have questions at the end and we go so fast to the next lesson.