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D-3: What’s Wrong with

this Report?


Luke Henry, PhD (no relevant financial relationships to disclose)


This course discusses specific aspects of the ImPACT Clinical Report.
Attendees will learn to identify abnormal features from recent case



Educational Level





Pre-recorded Lecture

Target Audience

Sports Medicine Physicians, Primary Care Physicians, Nurse
Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Clinical Psychologists,
Neuropsychologists, Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists,
Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers

D-3: What’s Wrong with this Report?

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:

Identify abnormal features of the clinical report.

Determine potential causes of irregular test scores.

Use symptom reporting and test scores in conjunction to
determine extent of injury.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to participate in an ImPACT Training Workshop
that you have paid for you may request: (i) a refund, but only if you
provide lmPACT with at least three (3) calendar days notice in
advance of the workshop; (ii) reschedule to participate in another
workshop of equal or lesser value; or (iii) substitute someone to
participate in the workshop in your place. If you provide notice to
ImPACT fewer than three (3) calendar days in advance of the
workshop, you may reschedule to participate in another event of
equal or lesser value or substitute someone in your place, but you
cannot receive a refund. All cancellations and refund requests
must be submitted by the purchaser to lmPACT Applications, Inc.
and emailed to

Completion Policy

Learners must view the course in its entirety to be issued a
statement of credit.

Achievement of

Learning objectives are assessed within the post-course evaluation
that is emailed to participants following completion of a course.


Participants who have special needs are encouraged to contact
program organizers so that all reasonable efforts to accommodate
these needs can be made.

Other Disclaimers

The purpose of this course is not to promote goods or services.
There are no outside sponsors for this course.

D-3: What’s Wrong with this Report?

Continuing Education Credits
Athletic Trainers

ImPACT Applications, Inc. (BOC AP# P3429) is approved
by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing
education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible
for a maximum of 1.00 Category A hours/CEUs. ATs
should claim only those hours actually spent in the
educational program.

Physical Therapists

At this time ImPACT is not able to offer pre-approved continuing
education credits to physical therapists for this course. You will
receive a certificate of attendance for each of our courses with
contact hours listed. Review your state laws to determine if this
training can be applied toward continuing education without


At this time, ImPACT is not able to offer AMA PRA Category 1
Credits. You will receive a certificate of attendance for each of our
courses with contact hours listed. Review your local, state, and
national Medical Society laws to determine if this training can be
applied towards AMA PRA Category 2 Credits. Click here for more
information on the AMA PRA Credit System.

Other Healthcare

At this time ImPACT is not able to offer continuing education
credits to occupational therapists, psychologists, registered
nurses, or other healthcare professionals. We are in the process
of applying to be able to offer credits to as many disciplines as
possible and hope to have the ability to offer credits at future
training events.

D-3: What’s Wrong with this Report?

Luke C. Henry, PhD

Luke Henry graduated from the University of Montreal in 2011 with his doctorate in
Clinical Neuropsychology with a research focus in sports concussion. He completed his
internship in the neuropsychology division at the Allen Memorial Institute of the Royal
Victoria Hospital, affiliated with McGill University in Montreal. He focused his research
on sports concussions using two different neuroimaging techniques: magnetic
resonance spectroscopy and diffusion tensor imaging. His dissertation examined
changes in the brains of concussed athletes during the subacute and chronic post-injury
phases using the aforementioned techniques. Upon completion of his doctorate, Luke
was recruited to join the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program as a
neuropsychology fellow. Upon completion of his fellowship, Luke was hired as faculty
where he is heavily involved in research as well as clinical care. He has authored many
peer-reviewed publications on neuroimaging and clinical aspects of concussion along
with several chapters and review papers and an annually updated concussion
monograph published by the British Medical Journal. His current research includes
investigating affective factors in recovery as well as neuroimaging correlates of
concussion. Clinically, he specializes in pediatric assessment in the treatment and
management of concussion. Luke currently resides in Pittsburgh.