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Evidence -Based Mild Cognitive Impairment and Functional Cognition
Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 5:45 PM - 8:15 PM CST
Category: SIGS

MOTA in Collaboration with Saint Catherine University

Agenda:

5:45 -6:00    Registration            
6:00-7:00     Topic 1: Risk Factors and Descriptive Characteristics
                     Topic 2: Perspectives and Experiences
7:00-7:15 Break
7:15-8:15    Topic 3: Assessments
                    Topic 4: Interventions

Location: Saint Catherine University, 2004 Randolph Ave., St. Paul, Fontbonne Hall, Room 210

Speakers: Presenters are current students in the first year of the MAOT curriculum at St. Catherine University. Their EBP course has been guided by Dr. Julie Bass this semester.  

Target Audience: OT, OTA, Student, All

Educational level: Introductory

Course Description:This session will review the evidence-based occupational therapy and interprofessional literature on functional cognition for individuals with mild cognitive impairment. Presenters will provide recommendations for practice based on their review of the evidence and literature related to risk factors, individuals’ perspectives and experiences, assessments and interventions.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the Evidence-Based Practice process
  2. Summarize current research and levels of evidence for functional cognition for individuals with mild cognitive impairment related to risk factors, perspectives and experiences, assessments and interventions.
  3. Identify evidence-based recommendations to guide practice related to mild cognitive impairment and functional cognition.
  4. Discuss professional and governmental resources related to functional cognition and mild cognitive impairment.  

Continuing Education Credits:  2.0  CEU

Contact for more information:  [email protected]

   

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Contact: Steven Cope ([email protected] or 218-723-5915)