ACNS is pleased to introduce the latest addition to its educational offerings – the Online Learning Series!

The series features on-demand lectures on key topics on clinical neurophysiology by prominent leaders in the field. Lectures have been designed to compliment the Society’s existing educational offerings, including its flagship Annual Meeting and educational course programming.

Lectures in the series are perfect for:

  • Board review;
  • Physicians looking for CME credits;
  • Program Directors looking to fill in the gaps of your ACGME fellowship program;
  • And anyone looking to brush up on the basics in CNP!

New titles will be added periodically – watch your email for notification of new releases!

CME credits are available for each webinar and post-test completed!
Each on-demand webinar has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Educations (ACCME) through the sponsorship of ACNS. ACNS is accredited by ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

To view the list of available lectures, visit the Learning Portal on the left side of the ACNS homepage.

Log in with your ACNS username and password to access lectures and take advantage of discounted pricing for ACNS members!

AAN Draft Qualify Measures – Public Comment Period Open through Dec. 21

AAN has launched a public comment period on draft neurology outcome measures and has opened the review and comment period to ACNS members. The draft measures can be downloaded and comments submitted here.

The draft measures address side effects, provider communication, quality of life, EMG for lower back pain and progress towards depression remission. The measures are drafted to include patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, attention deficit disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, cognitive impairment and related dementias, developmental delays, headache and migraine, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, neoplasms of brain and spine, polyneuropathy, seizure and epilepsy, stroke, tic disorders, vertigo and related neuro-otology disorders, and other neurologic conditions

The deadline for comments is December 21, 2018.