American Academy of Neurology 2009
For more than six decades, the American Academy of Neurology has provided top-tier education programming and a wealth of scientific information to attendees looking to better themselves. The ultimate goal is to provide improved outcomes to neurology patients worldwide. The Annual Meeting is the best and most convenient way to help all those in neurologists' care live healthier lives. For the benefit of neurologists' patients and practices, these opportunities are not to be missed.
Special Podcast: An Interview with Neil A. Busis, MD, FAAN, Practice and Technology Editor for AAN.com
In a wide-ranging review of the evidence base for the current standard of care for primary brain tumors and other central nervous system malignancies, Amy A. Pruitt, MD, touched on a variety of topics in neuro-oncology, including an overview of the epidemiology and diagnosis of primary brain tumors.
The "Guidelines, Practice, and Advocacy Open House Featuring Digital Demos" session had two things going for it that made it an easy choice for us to attend the and cover it for MDNG readers: 1) the tagline "Technology Solutions that You Can Afford" and 2) the triple bill of David Kibbe, MD; former MDNG: Neurology Edition Physician Editor-in-Chief Daniel Hier, MD, MBA, FAAN; and current MDNG: Neurology Edition Health IT Advisory Board member and columnist Steven Zuckerman, MD. The good doctors (and their colleagues) did not disappoint.