|Cranial Nerve Examination and Evaluation Study Guide Key Features
The following section will briefly describe some of the key features of the guide. The learner is encouraged to review the “Read Me First” page if they have not already done so.
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Learning Checkpoint Testing Interactions
The Cranial Nerve Examination and Evaluation Study Guide contains a variety of testing interactions that will allow the learner to test their understanding of module content. Testing interactions are spread throughout the module and include multiple choice, fill-in-the blank, true-false, and drag and drop testing interactions. All testing interactions provide appropriate feedback to enhance learning.
Learning Checkpoint Patient Problems
The Cranial Nerve Examination and Evaluation Study Guide contains six short patient problems or case scenarios. The first two case scenarios will ask the learner to identify if cranial nerve examination is indicated and to provide the rationale for his or her decisions. The last four case scenarios will ask the learner to identify if cranial nerve examination is indicated, to identify the specific cranial nerves that should be examined, if applicable, and to provide the rationale for his or her decisions. After the learner completes a case scenario worksheet, he or she can review how a clinical expert responded to the same question.
The module contains Flash videos for the techniques covered in the module that were performed by a neurological-rehabilitation clinical expert.