2017 Annual Meeting Educational Sessions
The AANEM Annual Meeting is the premier educational event for those involved in neuromuscular (NM) and electrodiagnostic (EDX) medicine.
Earn continuing education credits through interactive workshops, lively discussions, and engaging sessions.
Plenary: Enhancing the Understanding, Diagnosis and Management of Painful Neuromuscular Conditions
More information about the Plenary Sessions - coming soon
Overview of Session Types
Included in General Meeting Registration:
The plenary are keynote sessions intended for a large audience which address the focused meeting topic, this year "Insight and Innovation in Neuromuscular Medicine". Plenaries begin on Wednesday afternoon, followed by morning plenaries each remaining day of the conference. Each plenary session will also include an award ceremony honoring a variety of designees.
Courses are designed for a larger audience and often include presentations with video and multimedia. They will be held on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Special Interest Groups (SIG)
SIGs vary in size depending on interest in the particular topic. They will be held on Wednesday through Saturday.
Symposia sessions vary in size and focus on cutting edge and current topics in NM and EDX medicine.
Abstract Poster Sessions
Posters of medical research abstracts chosen for the 2017 AANEM Annual Meeting will be displayed from Wednesday morning through Friday evening. Abstract poster authors will also be available to discuss their research on Thursday and Friday after the Plenary.
Abstract Award Recipients for the Golseth Young Investigator, Best Abstract, Best Abstract Runners-Up will present their industry-leading research and be available for discussion at the Abstract Award Winners' Reception on Thursday evening.
Ask the Expert Sessions
Ask the Expert sessions allow you to pose questions to experts in the field and discuss them with a small group of up to 30 or more participants. They are held on Thursday and Friday mornings. No breakfast will be provided - be sure to come early and bring your coffee (limited seating available.)
Elective sessions - Require advance registration and require a fee in addition to general meeting registration
Small Group Demonstrations
These sessions are demonstrations, similar to workshops, but are meant for approximately 25-50 attendees.
Workshops are small group sessions (6-10 participants) designed for hands-on learning and led by an expert in the field. Typically, there is a subject that workshop participants gather around while the expert teaches a technique or concept. Workshops are held throughout the day on Wednesday and Saturday.