Mayo School of Continuous Professional DevelopmentNeurology in Clinical PracticeJuly 16-18, 2015The Westin Chicago River NorthChicago, ILCourse DirectorNeeraj Kumar, M.D.Featuring an American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) approved activityproviding up to 8 hours of Self-Assessment CME credit for Maintenance of Certification.Course Highlights Comprehensive review of the diagnosis and management of neurologic diseasescommonly encountered in clinical practice Case-based presentations Evidence-based management Recent advances Question and Answer sessionsce.mayo.edu search: neurology
COURSE DESCRIPTIONINTENDED AUDIENCENeurology in Clinical Practice is acomprehensive course directed atpractitioners who see patients with abroad range of neurologic disorders.The course is intended to providea review of Neurology with anemphasis on case-based presentations,recent advances, and evidence-basedapproaches. This course features anAmerican Board of Psychiatry andNeurology (ABPN) Self-AssessmentActivity awarding up to 8 MOC credits.This course is designed for physiciansand allied health staff who see patientswith neurologic disease such asneurologists, psychiatrists, and primarycare physicians including internists andfamily care practitioners.COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESMayo Clinic College of Medicinedesignates this live activity for amaximum of 21.25 AMA PRA Category 1Credits . Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extentof their participation in the activity.Upon conclusion of this program,participants should be able to: Diagnose and manage commonneurologic disorders Manage patients with acute strokeand be aware of secondary preventionoptions Differentiate various types of seizuresand develop an approach to seizuremanagement Recognize and treat neurologicinfections Develop a practical approach to themanagement of the dizzy patient Recognize and treat various headachetypes Formulate an approach to thediagnosis and management of variousdisorders of the peripheral nervoussystem Recognize and treat various forms ofdementias and Parkinson disease Evaluate and treat patients withmultiple sclerosis and recognize itsmimickers Recognize the role of neuroimagingand electrodiagnostic/ genetic/ andautonomic testing in the managementof neurologic diseaseAttendance at this Mayo course doesnot indicate nor guarantee competenceor proficiency in the performance of anyprocedures which may be discussed ortaught in this course.CREDITMayo Clinic College of Medicine isaccredited by the Accreditation Councilfor Continuing Medical Education toprovide continuing medical educationfor physicians.Other Health Care ProfessionalsA certificate of attendance willbe provided to other health careprofessionals for requesting credits inaccordance with state nursing boards,specialty societies, or other professionalassociations.REGISTRATIONThe registration fee includes tuition,comprehensive electronic coursesyllabus, continental breakfasts, breakrefreshments, and lunches. Althoughit is not Mayo School of ContinuousProfessional Development (CPD) policyto limit the number of registrants fora course, conference room facilitiesmay necessitate closing of enrollment;therefore, early registration is advised.A letter of confirmation will be sentupon receipt of payment and completedregistration. Please present theconfirmation letter when checking in atthe meeting registration desk.Registration Fee:Physician/Scientist: 725Allied Health/Students/Retirees: 625Register online: ce.mayo.edusearch: neurology
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Thursday, July 16, 2015HEADACHE6:30 a.m. Registration & ContinentalBreakfast(Chair: Christopher J. Boes, M.D.)MOVEMENT DISORDERS(Chair: Erika D. Driver-Dunckley, M.D.)7:30 a.m. Parkinson Disease and itsMimics: Diagnosis andDifferential DiagnosisErika D. Driver-Dunckley, M.D.8:15 a.m. Treatment of ParkinsonDisease: Early and Late, Motorand Non-Motor, Medical andSurgical3:15 p.m. Headache: Diagnosis,Differential Diagnosis, and RedFlagsBert B. Vargas, M.D.4:00 p.m.Headache: TherapyChristopher J. Boes, M.D.4:45 p.m.Q&AFriday, July 17, 2015Bryan T. Klassen, M.D.6:30 a.m. Registration & ContinentalBreakfast9:00 a.m.Q&AMULTIPLE SCLEROSIS9:15 a.m.BREAK(Chair: Brian G. Weinshenker, M.D.)BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY(Chair: Ronald C. Petersen, M.D., Ph.D.)9:30 a.m. Mild Cognitive Impairmentand Alzheimer DiseaseRonald C. Petersen, M.D., Ph.D.10:15 a.m. Non-Alzheimer Dementias(Including “RapidlyProgressive Dementia” and“Dementia in the Young”)11:00 a.m.Brian G. Weinshenker, M.D.8:15 a.m. Multiple Sclerosis: Treatment ofAcute Attacks and Preventionof RelapsesB Mark Keegan, M.D.9:00 a.m.Q&ABryan K. Woodruff, M.D.9:15 a.m.BREAKQ&ANEUROINFECTIONS AND NON-MSINFLAMMATORY DISEASEAUTOIMMUNE/PARANEOPLASTICNEUROLOGY11:15 a.m. Autoimmune andParaneoplastic Neurology:Overview and UpdateSean J. Pittock, M.D.12:15 p.m.7:30 a.m. Multiple Sclerosis: ClinicalForms, Diagnosis, and NaturalHistoryLUNCHEPILEPSY(Chair: Joseph I. Sirven, M.D.)1:15 p.m. Diagnosis and DifferentialDiagnosis of Seizures andOther Spells(Chair: Allen J. Aksamit, M.D.)9:30 A.M.Allen J. Aksamit, M.D.10:15 a.m.Joseph I. Sirven, M.D.2:45 p.m.Q&A3:00 p.m.BREAKMultiple Sclerosis MimickersClaudia F. Lucchinetti, M.D.11:00 a.m.Q&ASPINE AND CORD11:15 a.m.Cord: UpdateDean M. Wingerchuk, M.D.11:45 a.m.Gregory D. Cascino, M.D.2:00 P.M. Epilepsy Treatment: When toStart, When to Stop, What toUse, When to Operate, Issues inSelect PopulationsCNS InfectionsSpine: OverviewNeeraj Kumar, M.D.12:15 TOLOGY(Chair: Paul W. Brazis, M.D.)1:15 p.m. Neuro-Oncology for thePracticing NeurologistAlyx B. Porter, M.D.Program schedule subject to change1:45 p.m. Neuro-Ophthalmology: PearlsPaul W. Brazis, M.D.
2:15 p.m. Diagnosis and Management ofthe Dizzy PatientScott D. Eggers, M.D.2:45 p.m.Q&A3:00 p.m.BREAKNEUROLOGY – INVESTIGATIONSCEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE(Chair: Robert D. Brown, Jr., M.D.)10:30 a.m.Alejandro A. Rabinstein, M.D.11:15 a.m. Secondary Stroke PreventionAfter Stroke or TIARobert D. Brown, Jr., M.D.(Chair: Lyell K. Jones, Jr., M.D.)3:15 p.m. Electrodiagnostic Neurology:Principles and PracticeRuple S. Laughlin, M.D.3:45 p.m. Autonomic Neurology:Laboratory Diagnosis andClinical ApplicationsWolfgang Singer, M.D.4:15 p.m. Neuroimaging: Update andIllustrative CasesLyell K. Jones, Jr., M.D.4:45 p.m.Q&ASaturday, July 18, 20156:30 a.m. Registration & ContinentalBreakfastNEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE(Chair: Eric J. Sorenson, M.D.)7:30 a.m. Motor Neuron Disease and itsMimickersEric J. Sorenson, M.D.8:00 a.m. Diseases of the Nerve Rootsand PlexusJames C. Watson, M.D.8:30 a.m. Peripheral Neuropathies:Evaluation and TreatmentDevon I. Rubin, M.D.9:00 a.m. Disorders of theNeuromuscular JunctionBrian A. Crum, M.D.9:30 a.m. Muscle Diseases: Spectrum,Genetic Applications, andManagementElliot L. Dimberg, M.D.10:00 a.m.Q&A10:15 a.m.BREAKAcute Stroke Management12:00 p.m. Q & ASLEEP NEUROLOGY12:15 p.m. Sleep Neurology: A Case BasedClinical OverviewErik K. St Louis, M.D.1:00 p.m.Adjourn
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