Pgm #37: Behavioral Patterns of Transplant Recipients

May 08, 2012
Ralph Petrucci
Ed.D., ADPP/ABCN – Clinical Professor, Psychiatry & Medicine, Neuropsychology Drexel University

Dr. Petrucci’s presentation covers from A to Z of his day to day patients’ communications such as: Evaluations, Promising alternatives, Life extension options, Dynamics at work, Threats to neurologic state, Hypotheses to explain cognitive impairment in heart Failure (HF), Effects of cognitive Impairment on mortality with heart failure, Cognitive deficits, Physical/Social (PS) factors influencing outcome, and Prerequisites for modifying behavior.

Presenter: Dr. Ralph J. Petrucci, Ed.D., ADPP/ABCN – Clinical Professor, Psychiatry & Medicine, Neuropsychology Drexel University