Concussion Continuing Medical Education (CME)


Take our concussion video series continuing medical education (CME) post-test to earn CME credit.

CME learning objectives

  • Provide and plan patient care after a concussion, utilizing all components of the concussion toolkit.
  • Describe the immediate and delayed potential consequences of a concussion and the dangers of multiple concussions.
  • Explain when to advance care to include emergency department assessment and/or CT testing.
  • Discuss with patients and parents the importance of a gradual return to activities, cognitive rest and follow-up care.

Speakers and planners

The following video speakers, planners and controllers of content have declared they have no financial relationships that would create a conflict of interest with these videos.

*At the time of creation of this enduring material, the above providers were employed by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta or part of the content and did not have a relevant financial relationship to disclose. During the 2020 CME review period, it was noted that the planners/speakers are no longer employed by Children’s or part of the content, but the lack of relationships disclosed is still valid, as the content of the presentation has not been altered to date.

About earning CME credits at Children’s

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta knows you have a busy schedule, so we have made it easier for you to earn CME credit by providing this learning opportunity online. You may earn CME credit by taking the post-test after watching the videos that are located on the Concussion Video Series webpage. If you complete 80% correctly, you will be able to print your CME certificate. In addition to the post-test, we are asking some brief questions before the webcast. We thank you in advance for completing them.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is accredited by the Medical Association of Georgia to provide CME for physicians.

Children’s designates this internet enduring material for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

In order for Children’s to meet Stark law regulatory requirements that allow us to provide a limited amount of nonmonetary compensation to physicians, we must note your participation in this CME activity at a value of $25 each hour. This amount will be applied to your nonmonetary compensation allowance. No action is required on your part.

Approval: Sept. 14, 2020

Expires: Sept. 14, 2021