Neuropsychological Aspects of Mild TBI and Postconcussion Syndrome

Learning Objectives:

1. Explain why the term “postconcussion syndrome” often is not clinically useful.
2. Summarize long term cognitive outcome after concussion.
3. Discuss more specific neuropsychological and psychiatric diagnoses that can be applied more accurately to patients often diagnosed with postconcussion syndrome.
4. Describe management of symptoms attributed to concussion.

The source material for this CE quiz is the online presentation on neuropsychological aspects of mild TBI and postconcussion syndrome by Laurence Binder, Ph.D., ABPP, Glenn Larrabee, Ph.D., ABPP, and Michael Kirkwood, Ph.D., ABPP. Only active, affiliate, senior, and student members of AACN who are current with their member dues may access this presentation. If you are not a current AACN member but are interested in joining to access this presentation and many other benefits, please visit the AACN website.

Successful completion of this quiz (80% or higher) is worth two (2) continuing education credits.