Saturday, March 30, 2019
8 am - 2:30 pm

Taylor Auditorium/Frick Atrium
Chemistry Building
Princeton University
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Directions to Lot 21
- Heading north on Washington Road (away from Route 1), turn right onto Faculty Road. (If you are heading south on Washington Road from Nassau Street/Route 27, turn left onto Faculty Road instead.) After passing Jadwin Gym, turn left on Fitzrandolph Road and then take the first left turn into Lot 21.

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Overview

The Changing Landscape of Concussion symposium will focus on the changing concept of concussion and evolving research that suggests potentially more serious and long lasting consequences surrounding this injury. Internationally renowned researchers and clinical providers will present information that may alter how a young athlete with a concussion is evaluated and treated and provide background for additional research.

Professionals caring for young people with concussions or traumatic brain injuries, as well as healthcare providers, educational systems, health departments and youth sports groups may benefit from this program.

Professionals caring for young people with concussions or traumatic brain injuries will find the emerging data and presentations valuable. Healthcare providers, educational systems, health departments and youth sports groups may use the information to rethink their current protocols to maximize the safety of all our students. This program should also stimulate discussions on the potential long-term significance of what was previously considered a benign condition.

Target Audience

The program will benefit physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, residents, and other clinicians in the specialties of neurology, emergency medicine, neurological radiology, internal medicine, family medicine and primary care.

Meet Our Keynote Speaker - Ann McKee, MD

Learning Objectives

Agenda

Accreditation Information & Faculty Disclosure

Registration Rates

Conference Cancellation Policy

Requests for refunds must be submitted via email to [email protected] and received prior to March 15, 2019. Your refund minus a $25 processing fee will be mailed to you after the conference. Registrants who fail to attend the conference are responsible for the entire fee.

In the event of circumstances beyond its control, Capital Health reserves the right to cancel the conference. Capital Health is not liable for any expense incurred by participants as a result of cancellation.

For Further Information

Please contact Ellen McKinney at 609-815-7790 or email [email protected] for registration questions or if you have any special needs.

Capital Health is accredited by the Medical Society of New Jersey to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Capital Health is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (Provider Number P122-7/17-20)
Successful completion of contact hours requires participants to sign-in, complete an evaluation form and attend the entire program. 
Approval status does not imply endorsement by Capital Health, the NJSNA or ANCC of any commercial products discussed and/or displayed in conjunction with the educational activity.
All faculty and planning committee members participating in a Capital Health sponsored activity must disclose relevant financial relationships and/or a conflict of interest. Individual disclosures will be printed in the course syllabus.