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UCLA Review of Clinical Neurology

Course Description

The UCLA Review of Clinical Neurology is designed to provide a comprehensive and practical review for neurologists wishing to strengthen their proficiency in diagnosing and treating core disease states in neurology.

The course is organized to provide attendees with a review of clinical neurology based on major disease topics. Each neurological core topic will be organized to provide a summary of the clinical spectrum of disorders, pathophysiology, etiology, diagnostic techniques and management options. Lectures will utilize cases and audience participation to help participants appraise their knowledge and actively engage in the learning process. Each lecture will include a discussion of three recent advancements made in the last year.

This activity is certified and approved to provide CME Category 1 credits and can be used to satisfy competency requirement for the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) and ABPN-Self Assessment.

Course Highlights

  • Comprehensive evidence-based review of common neurological problems
  • Presentation of common and important neurologic conditions, emphasizing practical aspects of clinical care and highlighting recent discoveries in disease mechanisms, pathophysiology, diagnostic tools and recently approved treatment options
  • Audience participation in case-based discussions utilizing an interactive case-based approach
  • Effective, evidence-based treatment options based on recent publications of the American Academy of Neurology Practice Guidelines
  • Presentation of “three new things” focusing on recent advances in the clinical domain presented
  • Demonstration of video montages will empower attendees with clinical pearls to appreciate clinical manifestations in their practice
  • Discussion of strategies to optimize wellness in their own lives

Target Audience

This course is designed for practicing neurologists either in private, health group, and/or academic practice as well as neurology, psychiatry, neurosurgery trainees (residents, fellows). The course will also be very helpful for allied health care providers in neuroscience specialties (psychologists, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, speech pathologists and physical and occupational therapists.

For more information visit the CME web site.

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