CME Conferences

The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery host the following CME conferences:

  • Advances in Neurology and Neurosurgery 2014: Treatment and Management of Pituitary Disease
    Sunday, September 28, 2014
    Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach, 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, California

    The ​clinical ​neurosciences ​are ​undergoing ​rapid ​changes ​in ​the ​diagnosis ​and ​treatment ​of ​Neuroendocrine ​disorders, ​particularly ​those ​concerning ​the ​management ​of ​pituitary ​disorder.  This ​activity ​is ​designed ​to ​provide ​endocrinologists, ​internists ​and ​allied ​healthcare ​professionals ​who ​are ​involved ​in ​the ​care ​of ​patients ​with ​pituitary ​disorders, ​with ​increased ​awareness ​and ​improved ​ability ​to ​assess ​both ​established ​and ​emerging ​treatment ​options ​for ​the ​management ​of ​pituitary ​disorders. ​ ​ Attendees ​will ​be ​presented ​with ​information ​on ​treatment ​therapy ​options ​in ​an ​interdisciplinary ​fashion ​through ​lectures ​and ​case ​presentations. ​ ​There ​will ​be ​ample ​opportunity ​to ​engage ​in ​interactive ​discussions ​and ​question ​and ​answer ​sessions ​with ​our ​renowned ​faculty.

 

  • Advances in Neurology and Neurosurgery 2014: Santa Barbara
    Saturday, November 22, 2014
    Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach, 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, California

    The clinical neurosciences are undergoing rapid changes in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders, particularly those concerning surgical treatment options.  At the conclusion of this course, neurologists, internists, family practitioners, neurosurgeons, endocrinologists, oncologists and allied healthcare professionals will have an increased awareness of both established and emerging treatment options for brain and pituitary tumors, movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease,  and endovascular and stroke management.  The program will present the treatment options in an interdisciplinary fashion using plenary lectures and case presentations. This symposium will offer participants an opportunity to engage in interactive discussions with renowned faculty who are involved with initiating these neurological advances.