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Cleveland Clinic Mellen Center Update in Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
21 Jun 2024 • Cleveland, United States
Organizer:
Cleveland Clinic
Abstract:
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: Describe new updates in multiple sclerosis disease-modifying therapies including BTK inhibitors and extended interval dosing with natalizumab. Explain the results of the DISCO-MS study and current approaches to disease-modifying therapy discontinuation in multiple sclerosis patients. Describe the role of health-related quality of life in children with multiple sclerosis. Summarize the role of wellness and women’s health in management strategies for patients with multiple sclerosis. Critically appraise neurologic complications of immune checkpoint inhibitors. Explain updates in clinical research pertaining to multiple sclerosis and the proposed diagnostic criteria for myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibody disease. Describe the latest MS rehabilitation, including dry needling, mobility devices, and high-intensity aerobic exercise. This update is intended for health care practitioners engaged in the care of patients with MS and related disorders. We will cover a broad range of topics of value to health care professionals from a wide array of backgrounds including, physicians, nurses, physician assistants, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, psychologists and other health care practitioners who treat patients with MS.
Contact:
Education Coordinator;     Phone: [216-445-5431];     Email: eatonl3@ccf.org
Topics:
neurology, multiple sclerosis, disease management, physicians, nurses, physician assistant, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, psychology
Event listing ID:
1612502
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Jefferson Update in Neurosurgery (JUNE) 2024
21 Jun 2024 • Philadelphia, United States
Organizer:
Thomas Jefferson University
Abstract:
Advancements in the field of neurosurgery are occurring at an increasingly rapid rate. The integration of these advances into clinical practice often lags behind the rate at which they emerge in the literature. Therefore, a critical appraisal of the most recent and most influential advances in the various fields of neurosurgery is necessary to effectively incorporate these advances into clinical practice. Thomas Jefferson University is a world leader in neurosurgical research and practice. Current faculty and alumni from its residency and fellowship training programs are often on the cutting edge of neurosurgery. In this hybrid CE event, we will highlight the latest advances in the field of neurosurgery and identify ways in which practitioners from all fields can improve their practice and optimize the care for their patients by effectively integrating these changes into this practice. In addition to the major topics of neurovascular disease, neurooncology, complex spinal surgery, brain computer interface , neuroimaging, and functional neurosurgery, we will also discuss how to evaluate one’s practice, improve patient safety, and limit medical errors using quality improvement tools. All practitioners who take care of patients with neurological illness could benefit from this event, including neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuro-intensivists, neuroradiologist, anesthesiologist, nurses, physician assistants, and practitioners who might refer patients for neurosurgical care.
Contact:
Office of CPD;     Phone: [2159556992];     Email: jeffersoncpd@jefferson.edu
Topics:
Neurosurgery, Brain Tumor, Endoscopic, Nerve Disorder
Event listing ID:
1614839
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2024 Neurology Update: A Comprehensive Review for the Clinician
02 Aug 2024 - 04 Aug 2024 • Washington D.C., United States
Organizer:
Cleveland Clinic
Abstract:
Welcome to the 15th Annual Cleveland Clinic Neurology Update. On behalf of the Neurological Institute at the Cleveland Clinic we would like to welcome you to our annual course and hope you find it valuable in your continuing care of patients with neurological disease. We are excited to bring you our third hybrid meeting that is a clinically focused review course with updated information on a broad range of neurological conditions. We have incorporated smaller group breakout sessions for a more connected interaction and experience. The case-based breakouts will focus on dementia, headache, Parkinson’s disease/movement disorders, EMG, EEG and atypical movement disorders. All course participants will have a chance to attend each session. This year we will address polyneuropathy, pain management, ALS, psychiatry and the importance of advanced practice providers (APP) as inpatient neurology consultants. We will continue to include presentations on stroke updates, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and neuroradiology (brain and spine). Our interactive course will allow time for Q&A after each lecture and we will encourage active participation using the audience response/polling system to incorporate a self-assessment where you will see how your answer choices compare to your peers.
Contact:
Education Coordinator;     Phone: [216-445-5431];     Email: eatonl3@ccf.org
Topics:
neurology, stroke, polyneuropathy, neurological pain, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, dementia, ALS, headache, psychiatry, Parkinson's, neuroradiology, physician assistant, nurse, APRN
Event listing ID:
1615141
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Neurological Emergencies
23 Oct 2024 - 25 Oct 2024 • Live Streaming, United States
Organizer:
Harvard Medical School
Abstract:
How to Rapidly Identify High-Risk Patients and Optimize Their Outcomes: This acclaimed Harvard Medical School CME program provides the latest practice-changing updates and prepares clinicians to evaluate common neurological complaints, quickly and accurately diagnose a neurological emergency, and provide state-of-the-art care for these patients. Designed for both inpatient and outpatient clinicians in the fields of Emergency Medicine, Neurology, Critical Care, Intensive Care, Hospital Medicine, Urgent Care, and Internal or Family Medicine, this course covers evaluation algorithms, detection and diagnosis, imaging best practices, and evidence-based management of high-risk neurological conditions, including comprehensive stroke updates.
Contact:
Harvard Medical School Postgraduate Medical Education;     Email: CEPrograms@hms.harvard.edu
Topics:
Harvard, CME, Stroke, TBI, dizziness, weakness, coma, delirium, altered mental status, emergency, neurology, SCI, cauda equina syndrome, spinal cord compression, seizures, back pain, imaging, risk management, algorithms, ICH, hemorrhage, TIA, cerebral aneurysm, headache, RCVS, SDH, SAH, falls, gait, syncope, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, carotid stenosis
Event listing ID:
1613887


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