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K. Ming Chan, MD, of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, will receive the award for his work entitled, “Post-Surgical Electrical Stimulation Enhances Sensory Function Following Digital Nerve Transection: A Double Blind, Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.”
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Annual Meeting

October 28-31, 2015  |  Honolulu, HI


Registration Opens June 2015
The AANEM Annual Meeting is the premier educational event for those involved in neuromuscular (NM) and electrodiagnostic (EDX) medicine. Earn over 30 continuing education credits through interactive workshops, lively discussions, and engaging sessions.
 
Education Sessions
CME/CEU
Abstracts
Exhibit Hall & Industry Forums
2015 Registration Brochure

What to Expect at the 2015 Meeting

The top-notch educational content offered will include topics such as:
  • Electrodiagnostic Medicine in Challenging Circumstances,
  • Neurogenetics of Neuromuscular Disease,
  • The Value of Quality,
  • And much more.
Session Format Changes: The workshop schedule will return to its original format, with the hands-on sessions taking place all day Wednesday and on Saturday morning, while the “Ask The Expert” sessions will remain on Thursday and Friday mornings, as they were in 2014. 

quote The AANEM annual meeting is awesome! It's the one meeting that I look forward to attending the most every year. The educational value and the multitude of courses and workshops focusing on all realms of electrodiagnosis, neuromuscular diseases, and neuromuscular ultrasound continually provides me with new knowledge that I can use in my practice. The collegiality with members with a similar subspecialty focus is unparalleled. It’s a great learning experience and lots of fun, too! quote
-Devon Rubin, MD

 

About Honolulu

When you’re not at the annual meeting learning about the latest in EDX and NM medicine, be sure to take in the beauty and excitement of everything Hawaii has to offer.

The Hilton Hawaiian Village, the official hotel of the 2015 Annual Meeting, is set on 22 oceanfront acres of Waikiki’s widest stretch of beach. The property boasts five pools, 20 restaurants and bars, the Mandara Spa, and Camp Penguin children’s program. With endless activities, attractions, and high-end shopping options within walking distance of the resort, you and your guests are guaranteed to enjoy your time in Honolulu.
 

Other Meetings

Can't make it this year? Plan to attend the annual meeting or a regional meeting in the future.

 

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