Contact Hours are Available to Many Health Professionals
10 contact hours are available for the entire conference. The cost of contact hours is included in your registration fee when registering as a professional.
Contact hours are acceptable for Nurses and may be acceptable for Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Mental Health Practitioners, Educators and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors. Please have your license number when registering for continuing education at the conference.
*For the State of Nebraska, disciplines (other than nursing) usually require the certificate of completion as well as the objectives and course schedule for verification. You will need to check with your state governing board to see if they would accept the event as continuing education for your profession. Since nursing contact hour standards are quite high, the BIA-NE conference hours are generally accepted for other disciplines, except speech therapy.
Since this is a virtual conference, you will need to take extra measures to receive hours and your certificate. Be sure to keep an eye on your email to avoid missing important information regarding contact hours.
Who Should Attend this Conference?
This conference will enhance your comprehensive understanding of brain injury and bring new insights into improving and supporting positive brain injury outcomes. In addition to education, this conference offers numerous networking opportunities with other professionals and chances to learn from persons impacted by brain injury.
You will gain an understanding of the constantly evolving research, leading practices and most significant trends, challenges and opportunities regarding brain injury, as well as information to share with your workplace and colleagues. Keeping your skills up-to-date isn't a luxury; it's a necessity.
This conference is for specialists from multidisciplinary fields, including:
- Any Health Care Professionals interested in or working with brain injury
- State Agency Personnel
- Educators who work with brain injury or special needs children.
- Law Enforcement Personnel
- Anyone interested in issues and trends in brain injury
1. Contact hours are available for each day of the conference. Continuing Education contact hours are awarded by Iowa Western Community College, IBON provider #6. You must register with WICC in advance of the conference. To receive information about virtual contact hours, please contact Jennifer, email@example.com.
2. You must check-in each morning by email, attend the entire day to receive full credit and turn in your CEU evaluations by email at the end of all of the sessions each day; all sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. There is no partial credit given. Attendance is required for the entire day.