129 Neurology Grand Rounds: "Clinical Pathological Conference" (103118)
This weekly program employs various teaching formats to increase the knowledge, skill and professional performance of neurologic practitioners and trainees at all levels. The goals of the program are to: (1) develop a strategical approach to the diagnosis of complex neurologic disorders; (2) incorporate basic and clinical research findings in the understanding and treatment/maintenance of neurologic health and disease; (3) improve strategies for multi-disciplinary patient care; (4) address ethical and humanistic issues faced by neurology practitioners. Two conferences yearly are held jointly with the Department of Psychiatry. Presenters are experts are national, regional and local experts in their fields, as well as trainees under the supervision of faculty mentorship. Audience participation is incorporated and encouraged.
UT Faculty, private practice neurologists, PAs, NPs, and residents/fellows.
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Identify genetic and immunological disorders of the nervous system by incorporating scientific discovery and evidence-based treatments.
- Recognize new treatments in neurology, their indications, and how to correctly incorporate them into practice.
- Apply principles of medical ethics and professionalism to patient care and the health care environment
- 1.00 AMA
- 1.00 Attendance