Continuing Education at Shepherd Center
Treating complex injuries and illnesses requires an interdisciplinary approach to professional education
As the educational arm of Shepherd Center, the NeuroRehabilitation Learning Institute offers continuing education for healthcare professionals to advance their knowledge, care, and treatment of patients with complex conditions such as brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and stroke.
Ranked by U.S. News as one of the top rehabilitation hospitals in the southeast, thousands of healthcare professionals rely on Shepherd Center each year to earn their continuing education credits. We offer a wide range of on-demand courses, webinars, and events that allow you to tailor your learning to your specific interests and specialties while improving patient care and quality.
Our Professional Education Portfolio
- Assessment Tools
- Clinical Implication and Intervention Strategies
- Medical Complications and Prevention
- Optimal Environment of Care
- Sexuality and Intimacy
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Trauma Management
- Health and Wellness
- Physical and Cognitive Rehabilitation Strategies
- Rehabilitation Approaches and Neuroplasticity
Spinal Cord Injury
- ADL Tricks of the Trade
- Early Mobility Training
- Empowering Women – Access for Care, Health and Wellness
- Functional Expectations
- Neurogenic Bladder Management and Functional Skills
- Neurogenic Bowel Management
- Prevention of Secondary Health Conditions
- Tetraplegic Shoulder
- Ethical Considerations
- Prevention of Pressure Injury
Facilitating Wellness After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
December 12, 2023 | 3:30-5:30 p.m. ET
This webinar aims to prompt reflection on the board and variable impact a mild traumatic brain injury can have on a person's life experience.
Ethical Considerations in Rehabilitation
This course facilitates considerations for ethical decision-making in the healthcare setting by exploring ethical codes and responsibilities.
Foundations of Vestibular Rehabilitation
This course provides an overview of the vestibular anatomy and the pathophysiology of two common vestibular impairments.