“BRAINWeek connects the narrative among specialists and clinicians by underscoring the importance of continuity and collaborative patient care. It is on the vanguard of an inevitable paradigm shift among practitioners treating CNS disorders.”

-Gregory Pontone, MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Why BRAINWeek?

As our population ages and the burden of caring for older adults increases, the search for novel molecules has yielded numerous therapies for the most common neuropsychiatric disorders facing both specialists and frontline practitioners. Whether you are a physician, advanced practice provider, psychologist, or licensed therapist seeing patients across the neuropsychiatry spectrum of conditions, the need for up-to-date education on cutting edge management techniques has never been greater.

Who Should Attend?
Internists, neurologists, nurse practitioners, health system physician assistants, otolaryngologists, psychologists, primary care physicians, and psychiatrists treating CNS disorders

Upcoming Live Events

BRAIN & PAIN Summit 2023

Whoever said you can’t have it all…was wrong!
It is possible to experience everything—CME, sun, golf, networking, expert faculty—at the same time!

Register today for only $299!

April 27-30, 2023

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
6902 E Greenway Pkwy
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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BRAINWeek 2023

Smart clinicians choose smart conferences. Experience a week’s worth of education that is meaningful to your practice and patient care!

September 7-9, 2023

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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BRAINWeek News

Grieving Can Make You Sick
Grief in the News

The Pain of Grief: Unfortunately “a Certainty” Grief. It brings stress and stress can aggravate already existing symptoms, or bring on new ones. It can lead to not only complicated grief and major depressive disorder, but aches and pains, high blood pressure, headaches, sleep issues, dizziness, stomach problems, and a

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Undiagnosed Dementia
eRADAR Risk Score

About 6.2 million adults in the US are living with dementia, yet only half receive a diagnosis. One study found using a screening tool within the electronic health record can help detect older patients at risk of having dementia. The Journal of General Internal Medicine study concluded, “eRADAR showed strong

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Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities Available

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Cat Rogers
Manager, Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales
cat@tarsuscns.com
(973) 233–5572

Custom Programs Live, Digital, Print

Monique Michowski
VP, Business Development
mm@tarsuscns.com
(973) 233–4457

 

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