Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tag: Education

Emergency Department Dr with a wheelchair

Published: July 11, 2020 | Spinal Cord Injury: , ,

Dinesh Palipana was a young medical student with a promising career ahead of him, when a car accident left him with C6/7 spinal cord injury and facing life with tetraplegia.

Medical Surgical Nursing – Spinal Injury

Published: June 26, 2019

Cathy Parkes RN, covers Medical Surgical Nursing – Spinal Injury.

Debilitating accident doesn’t deter veterinary student

Published: May 8, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury: , ,

Mary Beth Davis defies odds to graduate from Oklahoma State

Nearly a decade ago, Dr. Mary Beth Davis was told she would never walk again and that her dream of being a veterinarian was over.

Defying the odds and overcoming numerous challenges, Dr. Davis wheeled herself across the stage in Gallagher-Iba Arena on May 10 to receive her DVM degree from Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

Spinal Cord injury, Examination & Evaluation – Everything You Need To Know – Dr....

Published: February 19, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury: ,

Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the spinal cord examination & evaluation.

Sex, Love and Intimacy After Spinal Cord Injury – Mt. Sinai Hospital

Published: February 1, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury: ,

Sex, Love and Intimacy After Spinal Cord Injury is a series of professionally developed videos that explore the topic of post spinal cord injury sex.

This video project was created through a grant from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation and support from community partners to provide more educational resources about sex, sexuality and intimacy after spinal cord injury. These videos were shot during a one day medical professionals’ conference and a two day consumer conference at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. They consist of personal interviews, as well as some positioning devices and techniques to try if you are someone living with a spinal cord injury or the partner of someone living with a spinal cord injury.

Paralyzed former rock climber explores cutting-edge science in Toronto

Published: January 2, 2019 | Spinal Cord Injury:

Before a devastating rock-climbing accident paralyzed Michael Garton from the neck down, he never thought he would be trading in carabiners for test tubes.

But when he went back to school for a degree in Chemistry, he surprised himself. Working on the cutting edge of science felt similar to scaling the edge of a cliff, he said.

“I fell in love with the exploratory nature of it,” the U.K.-born professor told CTV National News. “Finding out new stuff, exploring new things — it was a similar feeling to when I was out in the mountains climbing.”

‘What I can do, not can’t do’

Published: October 4, 2018 | Spinal Cord Injury:

Four years after life-changing accident, he’s back in the race

Jake Anderson is a competitor. A captain of the Chanhassen boys hockey team in 2011-12, he scored 10 goals, helping the Storm to its best finish in program history with 20 wins.

Sitting on the sidelines, or bench in hockey terms, has never been Anderson’s thing.

He wants to be a part of the action.

International Spinal Cord Injury Day – September 5th

Published: September 5, 2018

“International Days” are celebrated to mark important aspects of human life and history. On the suggestion of its Prevention Committee, International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) has decided to observe ‘Spinal Cord Injury Day’ on 5th September every year with the intention of increasing awareness amongst the general public. It is presumed that the awareness would facilitate an inclusive life for persons with disability and ensure greater chances of success of prevention programs.

Nurses’ role in both prevention and treatment of cervical and lumbar injuries

Published: May 21, 2018

A spinal cord injury is devastating for a patient, their family and their caregivers. Every 44 minutes a person sustains a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the United States resulting in approximately 12,000 SCIs each year.1 There are more than 265,000 persons currently living with this type of injury in the United States, and one out of every 50 persons lives with paralysis. 1 So as nurses, what can we do to reduce the risk of spinal cord injury in hopes of positively affecting these statistics?

Neurology Videos by Armando Hasudungan

Published: April 16, 2018

Neurology – Spinal Cord Introduction