How will scholars achieve mastery in the field of Concussion/mTBI in our upcoming certification program? Prof. Carrick discusses how the delivery of material in the upcoming Concussion Rehabilitation certification program will ensure clinician development. For more information about our upcoming program and to register, visit carrick.us/tbi Transcription: – Professor, one aspect that sets this program apart from other traumatic brain injury rehabilitation programs is the way it’s delivered and it’s attention to clinician development. What do you have planned in this series to ensure that the clinicians are acquiring the right information and the right skills they need for mastery of this specific topic? – You know, we have really done a really great job in demonstrating some clinical applications to our learners in the past. It’s something that we’ve been very passionate about and as a consequence over the last five years, I have learned to do it better. I have a Master of Science in Health Professional Education from Harvard Macy Mass General Hospital Institute and we developed a different pedagogical model, a teaching model clinically. We presented this at Harvard Medical School Academy, we published it and we’re bringing that experience to take difficult material and translating it into a type of learning model that is really guaranteed to work, to do it better than we’ve done before. So, I’m really so excited about the reality that this program is going to be delivered with an educational model that is superior to anything that we’ve done in the past and also to anything that anyone’s ever done in the past, but that model allows us to take a larger quantum of information and to synthesize it into learning, understanding and comprehensional types of milestones and goals that are achievable so that we are going to make a difference. The educational model is without peer and that’s what we’re bringing here and I think that just being able to share that that we’ve learned and implement it has been a milestone for us, but something that’s going to affect our society of clinical scholars and our patient society in a manner that is simply beautiful and it’s going to make a difference for us.