A CME expert Symposium for diagnosis and treatment of patients presenting with neurologic disorders and emergencies
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2016
Miami Neuro Symposium
Fifth Annual
Thursday-Saturday, December 1-3, 2016
The Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida
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 Symposium Directors

 


Kevin Abrams, M.D.

Guilherme Dabus, M.D.
 

Karel Fuentes, M.D.
 

Sergio Gonzalez-Arias, M.D., Ph.D.



Italo Linfante, M.D.



Alberto Pinzon-Ardila, M.D., Ph.D.


 

   

 


ALSO INCLUDED: Miami Neuro Nursing Symposium, Third Annual
 Thursday, December 3, 2015.

 

Overview
      Accurate and timely emergency management of acute neurologic presentations requires multidisciplinary coordination. This year’s symposium focuses on comprehensive best-practice strategies for: identification of neurological emergencies, selection of appropriate diagnostic approaches, interpretation of results and consultation, transition of care and initial management and referral.
     Featured topics include seizures, headaches, pain management, movement disorders, encephalopathy, demyelinating diseases, dizziness, vertigo, near syncope, low back pain, acute ischemic stroke and cervical dissection, as well as imaging workup and neurocritical care management.
 
Who Should Attend
 

 
   Neurologists

   Neurosurgeons

   Stroke Neurologists

   Neuroradiologists  

   Diagnostic Radiologists
   Neuro Oncologists 

  Psychologists

   Critical Care Physicians

  

  Neurointensivists

  Emergency Medicine

    Physicians 

  Internal Medicine Physicians

  Interventional Neuroradiologists
  Family Physicians
  General Internists
  Critical Care Nurses

  Neurosurgery Nurses
 

 

 

  Nurse Practitioners

  Physical Therapists

  Physician Assistants 

  Respiratory Therapists 

  Dietitians

  Radiology Technicians
 

 

 

 
This educational activity has been endorsed by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons as relevant to the practice of Neurological Surgery and meets the criteria for Category I Neurosurgical Credits as defined by the American Board of Neurological Surgery. 
 
 
 

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