CURRENT CONCEPTS IN ELECTRODIAGNOSIS, NEUROLOGY/RHEUMATOLOGY INTERFACE, AND NEUROMUSCULAR MEDICINE Sponsored by Hospital for Special Surgery Office of Continuing Medical Education & Department of Neurology
Neurology is an evolving discipline and there is limited information available on new treatments for neuromuscular disease. This symposium will focus on broadening knowledge and competence of clinicians in this field by covering available evidence-based information on topics on which there is limited information such as electrodiagnostics techniques, specialized studies and the latest advances in neuromuscular medicine, as well as various rheumatological conditions, such as lupus and myopathy.
At the conclusion of the activity, participants will be able to accurately interpret clinical and electrophysiological data; diagnose and treat patients with neuromuscular diseases; perform safe and accurate electrodiagnostic studies; become familiar with evaluation and management of neurological complications during the perioperative process, including Parkinson’s disease; and evaluate, diagnose and manage myopathy, polymyositis, myositis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and learn new updates on current clinical trials available for treatment of ALS.
Participants will learn to manage an efficient neuromuscular medical practice, and become more proficient in the use of immunological and neuroimaging testing available for diagnosis and management of a number of rheumatological/immunology disorders.
The Department of Neurology at Hospital for Special Surgery wishes to announce a “Call for Case Presentations” at its upcoming CME activity, Neuromuscular Directions 2012: Current Concepts in Electrodiagnosis, Neurology/Rheumatology Interface and Neuromuscular Medicine.
This symposium will focus on broadening knowledge, competence and performance of clinicians in the specialty of neuromuscular diseases and electrodiagnosis. The distinguished faculty represents the leading thinkers in the field today.
Submission deadline: Friday, March 1, 2012
Five submissions will be selected as finalists from the submission pool. Selected presenters will receive:
Free conference registration
Travel reimbursement (based on institutional travel policy)
One night of lodging
The top two presentations will be selected by the audience and faculty and awarded a prize for the best presentations.
Case Presentation Submission Instructions Case presentations should be in PowerPoint® format including:
Supporting evidence of the diagnosis
Patient identification should be excluded in compliance with HIPPA
Total presentation duration: 20 minutes
Case presentations should be submitted to: Casey Reisner Professional Education Events Coordinator Education & Academic Affairs Phone 212.606.1812 Fax 212.734.3833 Email email@example.com
LOCATION Hospital for Special Surgery, Richard L. Menschel Education Center, 535 East 70th Street, 2nd Floor, NYC TARGET AUDIENCE Specialty physicians, including neurologists, rheumatologists, anesthesiologists, orthopaedists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, residents, fellows and medical students
REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees include breakfast, lunch, lecture handouts and CME credits. All registered participants will receive a confirmation via e-mail.
Please note: Registration will not be processed unless accompanied by payment.
Any 2 Days
All 3 Days
Early Bird All 3 Days Before 2/17
Resident & Fellows
$25 Application Fee
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Registration will open December 27th. Please check back then to register.