BIANJ 2022 Annual Seminar Evaluation

Building Community and Enhancing Quality of Life Following Brain Injury
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
(Independent Study)

Performance Feedback: From Research to Utilization in Practice


Olga Boukrina, PhD

Ekaterina Dobryakova, PhD

Yael Goverover, PhD,OTR/L

Workshop Feedback
The content of the workshop met the following three objectives: *
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Describe neural mechanisms responsible for feedback processing and how impaired mechanisms can be bypassed.
Explain the advantages of implementing neurofeedback to assist individuals diagnosed with stroke in reading rehabilitation.
Apply concepts learned from basic research about feedback in clinical care.
General Feedback *
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The content of this workshop was consistent with my expectations.
The content of this workshop was relevant to my profession.
Audio/Visual aids increased or enhanced the learning objectives of the presentation.
Overall, the workshop enhanced my knowledge of the subject and was a positive educational experience.
The instructional methods and materials promoted online learning.
Will you change your practice based on knowledge acquired at this seminar?
Please evaluate the Speaker(s): *
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Preparation and organization.
Ability to maintain interest.
Responsiveness to audience.
Knowledge of subject.
Signature: Required if applying for CEU's. Complete Post Test if Applicable.