Slip Sliding Away: Boogers, Bangs and Bobsleds Webinar
Take a moment in your crazy holiday schedule to grow forward in knowledge on the injuries of winter. High velocity winter sports impact on our emergency departments is "snot" so funny. You will learn about the physics of high velocity sports, injury patterns and prevention.
MSN, MBA, RN, TCRN, CEN, CPEN
Shari is currently a Clinical Education Specialist at Common Spirits St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ. She is a doctoral student in Executive Leadership at Post University (Covid delayed graduation). Shari holds an MSN in nursing education from Indiana Wesleyan, an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology and her undergrad is from the University of Minnesota
Shari is a mom of 7 (2 biological and 5 bonus) ages ranging from 32 – 8years. She was a single mom for a decade but, now married for the last year and a half.
Her career has been amazing with some of the highlights being a nurse for Yellowstone National Park, a travel nurse to many states and the US Virgin Islands, and she has completed medical missions helping girls in the sex trade in Cambodia. She also was the National Pediatric Chairwoman for the Emergency Nurses Association. She has settled down now in the suburbs of Phoenix and coaches 11and under little league softball.
Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credit
This course is - Clinical / Accredited
Upon completion of the session the learner will:
1) Verbalize the benefits of oral consumption of nasal secretions
2) Understand the delay in pupillary dilation in the pediatric patient head trauma patient
3) Discuss the physics adaptations with helmet utilization
4) State the impacts of blunt trauma