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5th Annual Neuroscience Conference

Program Overview | Target Audience | Program Objectives | Accreditation | Disclosure

Event Details

Date: Friday, September 19, 2014

Location:
Suburban Collection Showplace
46100 Grand River
Novi, MI. 48374


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Fee: $50.00

Registration fee includes CME/CEU credits, box lunch, dinner and registration materials. Fee must accompany registration form.

No charge for physicians, nurses, and associates of SJP or SJP affiliates or for residents and medical students.

Register online (search keyword neuro)
Register by phone:
866-501-DOCS (3627)

For More Information: Event brochure

Program Overview

This one-day conference will provide the health care practitioner with updates and information on new developments and the latest advances in neuroscience, presented by regional and national experts. The program will provide information on current thinking about various diagnostic and therapeutic challenges commonly encountered in clinical practice in multiple subspecialties within neuroscience.

Target Audience

This program will benefit physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, medical students, emergency medical technicians, therapists and other clinicians in the specialties of internal medicine, family practice, emergency medicine, rehabilitation and neuroscience.

Program Objectives

  • Understand the epidemiology of facial nerve weakness.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating facial nerve pathology.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of facial nerve pathology.
  • Designing an effective telestroke network.
  • Describe the attributes of an effective telestroke network.
  • Identify the benefits / barriers of virtual care / telestroke.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of acute stroke.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating acute stroke.
  • Understand the epidemiology of contrast reaction / kidney risks.
  • Review the most effective methods for the rehabilitation of walking with patients with CVA, TBI, incomplete SCI, MS and Parkinson’s.
  • Demonstrate how new technologies help patients to achieve optimal walking function outcomes.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of motor neuron disease.
  • Understand the epidemiology of motor neuron disease.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating motor neuron disease.
  • Discuss sleep disorders associated with motor neuron disease.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis.
  • Understand the epidemiology of multiple sclerosis.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating multiple.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating seizures and subtle status epilepticus.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of seizures and subtle status epilepticus.
  • Understand the epidemiology of seizures and subtle status epilepticus.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating dementias.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating neurological disorders.
  • Identify current pathophysiology and treatment options in the diagnosis and management of stroke.
  • Understand the epidemiology of neurologic rehabilitation.
  • Review the most effective methods for treating cervical disease.

Accreditation

This educational offering has been submitted for recognition of continuing education credit for EMS, OT/PT, Pharmacology and Neurodiagnostic professionals.

Disclosure

Consistent with the ACCME Standards of Commercial Support, speakers for the conference are expected to disclose to you at the beginning of their presentation(s) whether or not they have any economic or other personal interests that create, or may be perceived as creating, a conflict related to the material discussed. This policy is intended to make you aware of speaker's interests, so you may form your own judgments about such material.