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Comprehensive Updates and State-of-the-Art Practices for Outpatient and Inpatient Neurology

This program provides a comprehensive, evidence-based review of state-of-the-art practices for outpatient and inpatient neurology. Education covers the latest guidelines, clinical strategies, use of imaging and new diagnostic tools (including genetic tests), and recent advances for treatment for a wide array of neurological diseases.

Education is practical and focused on patient outcomes. Led by the foremost authorities in neurology and its subspecialties, the program provides tools to improve your care of patients with common, complex, and rare neurological conditions:

  • Epilepsy
  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Concussions
  • N-M Junction Disorders
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Neuro-oncology
  • Headache
  • Spinal Cord Neurology
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Pain
  • Dementia
  • Neuropathy
  • Movement Disorders
  • Coma
  • Neuropsychiatry
  • Visual Disturbances
  • Autoimmune Neurology
  • Dizziness
  • Women’s Neurology
  • Neuro-ophthalmological Disorders

As updates are presented, they are paired with specific practice recommendations to help you incorporate them into practice for improved patient care and outcomes. This includes:

  • The new guidelines for epilepsy, stroke, neuromuscular disorders
  • Comprehensive updates for treatment of neurologic pain
  • Expert instruction for neuro-ophthalmology
  • Expanded options to diagnose and treat dementia
  • Improved management of headache
  • Best practices for treatment of neurologic autoimmune disorders
  • Steps to ensure delivery of high-quality care in the emergency room and in outpatient settings
  • Techniques to effectively manage epilepsy and psychogenic non-epileptic seizures
  • Best practices in neuro-oncology
  • New insights and best practices for myelopathy and other spinal cord disorders
  • Expanded options to treat movement disorders
  • Updates in sleep medicine
  • State-of-the-art approaches to concussion and coma
  • Expanded options to diagnose and treat the causes of dizziness
  • Alcohol and the nervous system: what we now know
  • Use of genetic tests
  • Optimal use of imaging

Practice-Changing Education

Every year, there are a staggering number of critically important updates that need to be understood and incorporated into the practice of neurology to ensure optimal patient care. This special neurology update synthesizes this vast amount of information and presents it with efficiency and effectiveness to ensure that you are current with these updates and the best ways to incorporate them into practice.

Over the course of a week, you will be immersed in an impactful and inspiring neurology learning experience. The faculty, master clinicians and leaders in field of neurology, provide a learning experience that delivers:

  • Approaches that enable you to practice state-of-the-art neurology
  • Guidance for clinical reasoning
  • Case studies
  • Dedicated time for you to pose your specific questions to leaders in their respective fields of neurology and delve into how information presented in this course can be used in your specific clinical setting
  • Practical knowledge that you can “take home” and immediately apply to patient care

Year after year, attendees report they are inspired by the knowledge transfer and find the experience to be invaluable to their clinical practice, understanding of neurologic diseases, diagnostic skills and treatment outcomes.
 

NEW | Optional Half-Day Workshop

State-of-the-Art Treatments of Neurologic Pain
Friday, October 12, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This special workshop teaches state-of-the-art approaches to pain management. You will learn the most current treatments available, and receive targeted guidance to optimize your care for your patients with neurologic pain.

Highlights include:

  • New treatment options for chronic migraine
  • Best practices for the care of patients with neck and back pain
  • Updates in the evaluation and treatment of complex regional pain syndrome and other autonomically mediated pain syndromes
  • How, when and why to use local nerve blocks
  • Best ways to partner with an anesthesiologist in treating pain