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Practical education for specialists and frontline practitioners treating CNS disorders

Why BRAINWeek?

The enormity of CNS-related conditions poses an immense burden to public health. In 2021, there remain significant knowledge gaps among clinicians treating neurologic and psychiatric disorders. Conditions such as dementia, epilepsy, migraine, MS, and stroke require a more inclusive approach to continuing medical education.

 

The BRAINWeek 3-day agenda has been crafted to address the most frequently diagnosed conditions encountered in clinical practice, with an emphasis on collaborative care among specialists and frontline practitioners. 

Join us May 7-9 to experience education that will provide a
fresh perspective to the diagnosis and management of these complex conditions.

A Message From Michael Clark, MD, MBA, MPH

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18

CME Hours Presented

3

Days

25

Faculty Experts

15+

Topic Areas

 
The current estimated annual cost to American society of just nine of the most common neurological diseases is staggering, totaling $789 billion. These conditions include Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, low back pain, stroke, traumatic brain injury, migraine, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and Parkinson’s disease.

Gooch CL, Pracht E, Borenstein AR. The burden of neurological disease in the United States: a summary report and call to action. Ann Neurol. 2017;81:479-484.