85| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 5 (Pediatric, Cardiac Arrest) – A Conversation With Dr. Beth Slomine

In Clinical Case 5, Dr. Beth Slomine presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a 7-year-old girl who experienced a hypoxic ischemic injury during cardiac arrest while hospitalized with atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome.

A pdf of the transcript for this episode is available here.

About Beth

Dr. Beth Slomine is co-director of the Center for Brain Injury Recovery and director of neuropsychology training and neuropsychological rehabilitation services at Kennedy Krieger Institute.  She is an associate professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  She is a licensed psychologist, board certified clinical neuropsychologist, and board-certified subspecialist in pediatric neuropsychology.  Research interests include developing neurobehavioral assessment tools and understanding factors influencing outcome following pediatric neurological injury.  Dr. Slomine has authored more than 70 peer-reviewed manuscripts, numerous book chapters, and co-edited a textbook entitled Cognitive Rehabilitation for Pediatric Neurological Conditions.