Neurological Emergencies Course

Interactive virtual CME course — Live Streamed from Boston

Neurological Emergencies is a 2-day, 16-hour course that
provides updates, best practices, and new algorithms to diagnose
neurological symptoms, quickly identify a neurological emergency,
and take appropriate measures to optimize outcomes for high-risk
patients.

The goal of this course is to prepare clinicians to quickly and
accurately diagnose and provide appropriate care for patients with
neurological emergencies, including:
- High-frequency symptoms: Headache, back pain, dizziness,
diplopia
- High-risk conditions: Acute ischemic stroke, subarachnoid
hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, coma, and intracerebral
hemorrhage.

Neurological Emergencies is delivered by the Department of
Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in collaboration with
Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Emergency
Medicine.

This course is relevant for clinicians working in emergency
medicine, inpatient and outpatient neurology, critical care, hospital
medicine, urgent care, and internal/family medicine.

For more information you can visit the website or download the brochure:

https://cvent.me/KWwVW5

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