Meeting Archive:
Ask Nurse Linda


Meeting Description:

Join us for the Reeve Foundation Paralysis Community Live Better series: 
 
Ask Nurse Linda
 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018 3PM ET

With special guest:
Justin M. Brown, MD
Director, Neurosurgery Paralysis Center
Boston, MA

Dr. Brown is a board-certified neurosurgeon focused on restoring movement following trauma and paralyzing injuries to the peripheral nerves, spinal cord and brain. He repairs nerves, optimizes function and recovers movement of the extremities.

Call in and chat live with Linda Schultz, Ph.D., CRRN, a leader and provider of rehabilitation nursing for over 30 years, and a friend of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation for close to two decades.
 
Within our online community, she writes about and answers your SCI-related healthcare questions in our Ask a Nurse discussion. 
 
This is designed not a one-sided lecture or a simple Q&A, but rather a discussion among community members to connect and get the information they need, 
 
In our online community, she has written about the crucial pieces of information to needed after injury, and secondary conditions such sepsis, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), osteoporosis, bowel and bladder programs, and understanding pain and SCI.
 
The conversation may shift, as we leave the option open to talking about whatever YOU want and need to hear. So please join us! 
 
This event is FREE for everyone to attend.

 

Details
Date: Wed, Jan 31, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Reeve Foundation
 Presenter Information
Linda Schultz, PhD, CRRN
Speaker Photo

Linda M. Schultz, PhD, CRRN is a leader and provider of rehabilitation nursing for 40 years, most recently developing Activity Based Rehabilitation strategies. She has directed programs at an international level including the Christopher Reeve recovery project at Washington University in St. Louis. She is certified by the Association of Rehabilitation Registered Nurses.

Dr. Schultz writes the interactive Ask a Nurse Blog, an evidence-based community forum, conducts monthly international webinars hosting discussions and questions from individuals with paralysis and has created emergency pocket cards concerning the topics of sepsis and Autonomic Dysreflexia, in coordination with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.