Alaska Concussion Care & CTE Knowledge

Free Continuing Medical Education

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (AMHTA) partnered with the Concussion Legacy Foundation and Boston University School of Medicine to offer free AMA & ANCC accredited continuing medical education courses to medical providers practicing in Alaska. Subject matter experts Dr. Robert Cantu and Katelynn Cataldo, NP presented the latest best-practice guidelines of care for concussion, Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS), and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). 

Thank you to providers in Alaska who joined our free trainings in 2022. Please click here for more opportunities to attend live sessions and claim free credits in 2023.

If you attended a live session and forgot to claim credit, please follow the instructions linked to the associated date below.

    Watch Recordings or Claim Credits

    Concussion and PCS with Dr. Robert Cantu (Agenda

    Watch recording: PCS Best Practice Guidelines of Care

    Claim credit: November 7th | November 15th | December 15th

    Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy with Dr. Robert Cantu (Agenda)

    Watch recording: CTE Best Practice Guidelines of Care

    Claim credit: November 10th | November 16th | December 14th 

    Concussion, PCS, and CTE with Katelynn Cataldo, NP (Agenda)

    Watch recording: PCS & CTE Best Practice Guidelines of Care

    Claim credit: October 27th | November 17th | December 13th

      Alaska Continuing Medical Education

      Alaska Concussion Care & CTE Knowledge Survey

      The Alaska Medical Providers Concussion & Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Knowledge Survey was commissioned by AMHTA to assess the current standard of care in Alaska for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and neurodegeneration caused by brain trauma. Focus was given to screening, diagnosis, and treatment or symptom management options for concussion (mTBI), post-concussion syndrome (PCS), and the neurodegenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

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      Alaskans who experience traumatic brain injury are beneficiaries of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. This effort is powered by the Trust and supported by Alaskan community stakeholders.

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