Cynthia Bautista, PhD, APRN, FNCS
Cynthia Batista is a graduate of Salem State College Louisiana State University medical center and university of Rhode Island schools of nursing. She has established a reputation for presenting quality programs. Her dynamic teaching style and sense of humor makes for a popular speaker at various programs. In an effort to keep her programs clinically relevant, Cindy continues to practice as a neuroscience clinical nurse specialist at Yale – New Haven Hospital in New Haven Connecticut.
We are dedicated to provide continuing education in neuroscience nursing, offering lectures and seminars on various neuroscience topics year round. Nursing brands works with hospitals universities nursing organizations and nursing educational companies to achieve and maintain the highest level of proficiency.
Educational sessions will be personalized to meet your needs.
Participants comments include keep my interest fast pace excellent speaker entertaining very informative wonderful very knowledgeable pleasure to listen to energetic makes learning fun.
Brain day this program will provide nurses with an overview of a variety of brain dysfunction‘s brain anatomy assessment trauma in various brain diseases will be presented. Gameplaying will be included to reinforce informative information provided in this fun filled day.
This program will provide nurses with an overview of a variety of spinal conditions. Anatomy, assessment, trauma and various spinal diseases will be presented gameplaying will be included to reinforce information provided in this fun filled day. Nurses who care for patients with disease or trauma to the spine should attend to improve patients with spine disease or injury outcomes.
Caring for the stroke patient
Stroke is a preventable disease and it is important for nursing to know the fax a lot of institutions are attempting to become primary stroke Center’s. It is imperative that the staff nurse receive education about the facts of a stroke risk factors signs and symptoms and the latest nursing interventions in the care of a stroke patient. This one day seminar will provide the staff nurse on appropriate nursing assessment and interventions to provide quality care for the stroke patient. Primary stroke Center elements and indicators will also be reviewed so as staff nurses will be in compliance. A case presentation of a patient experience and ischemic stroke will also be reviewed. Survivor of a stroke will be played throughout the day Space to provide the participants a periodic review of content presented during the day.
This one-day seminar will prepare nurses for planning care to improve outcomes for those individuals experiencing a Trumatic neurologist neurological event the following topics will be presented: Brainerd anatomy and strategies to improve your neurological assessment, cranial sobri cerebral trauma, cervical cord trauma systemic complications of neurological injury, and bullets and brains.
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