Join top neuroscience physicians and scientists from around the world at the 4th Annual Portland International Neuroscience Symposium. OHSU Brain Institute is pleased to offer an annual CME course designed to address state-of-the-art clinical topics and related research important to healthcare professionals who manage patients with neurologic conditions.
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- Magnetic resonance guided laser ablation
- Psychiatric neurosurgery
- Sleep disorders
- Stereotactic radiosurgery for epilepsy
Conference co-directors: Lissa Baird, M.D., Holly Hinson, M.D., George Keepers, M.D., Helmi Lutsep, M.D., Maret Pfohman, R.N., Teresa Prichard, R.N. and Nathan Selden, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P.
- After this course attendees will be able to:
- Understand the neurophysiologic basis of addiction and apply this to clinical practice. Participants will also be able to describe pharmacologic treatments for addiction and apply them to clinical practice.
- Describe the diagnostic features of common sleep disorders and apply them to clinical practice.
- Identify and evaluate new stroke treatments and apply them to clinical practice.
- Identify major recent findings for adult spinal deformity diagnoses, list treatment options and understand
physical exam diagnostic differentials and apply them
to clinical practice.
- Identify and evaluate new treatment options and future possibilities for the surgical management of psychiatric disease.
- Identify and evaluate radiosurgery as a relevant treatment option for medically refractory epilepsy.
- Identify and evaluate MR guided laser ablation as an evolving treatment modality for epileptic and neoplastic brain lesions and apply this information to their clinical practice.
- Identify and evaluate MVD as a treatment option for trigeminal neuralgia and apply this information to their clinical practice.