RONI - Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic and Neurosciences Institute
The Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic and Neurosciences Institute (RONI) believes that teamwork is not just an option it's the foundation of practice. RONI provides patients with campus-wide access to integrated care across the specialties of rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery.
Medical teamwork takes expertise and coordination. That¹s why the physicians, nurses, staff and therapists work together. The collaboration between physicians and other team members guarantees that patients receive comprehensive care that addresses their physical, psychological and emotional needs.
The Institute also recognizes the importance that a healing environment places in a patient¹s recovery. Facilities located in a natural environment to make patients feel at home not make them feel like patients in a hospital. And, to ensure that recovery continues beyond the Institute, RONI offers outreach programs that provide support, resources, activities, and opportunities, for patients and their families.
2017 LLUH Comprehensive Stroke Care Symposium May 19, 2017
Today’s stroke care provider is faced with rapidly evolving technological advances. The specialist must be well informed on the latest scientific developments in the area of stroke. this one day lecture series updates the provider with current technologies, techniques and current evidence based practice patterns that will improve their knowledge and performance for patients with all forms of cerebrovascular disease, and will provide the most up to date scientific evidence regarding the efficacy of a well-rounded, holistic approach to Making Man Whole.
Your attendance to the conference also includes course materials, 6.5 CME/CE certificate, buffet lunch, and access to a variety of vendors and Loma Linda University Health professionals who can provide resources and insight that apply to your career path.
Friday, May 19, 2017
Loma Linda Univesity Contennial Complex, Damazo Room
24760 Stewart Steer, Loma Linda, CA 92354
Allied Health/Nursing: $40
Registration fees include course materials, CME/ CE certificate and lunch buffet.
- Integrate current concepts of comprehensive stroke care.
- Describe the impact of health living on stroke prevention
- Formulate a multidisciplinary team approach for stroke patients.
909-558-3500 | Email: StaffDevelopment@llu.edu
Upcoming 2017 Events:
NeuroScience Symposium: October 13