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Don’t Miss AANEM’s Ultra EMG Program - Registration is Now Open!

11/1/2018
 
Looking to enhance your knowledge of neuromuscular ultrasound and electromyography (EMG) while receiving 28.5 CME credits? Then plan to attend AANEM’s Ultra EMG Program! Join us February 13-16, 2019, at the Westin Gaslamp in San Diego, California. Registration is now open! Attendance is limited, so register early to secure your spot!  
 
“This meeting will provide broad exposure to both basic and advanced EDX and neuromuscular ultrasound,” said Erik V. Stålberg, MD, PhD. “Attendees will find the Ultra EMG Program has ample opportunities for learning and interaction with experts in the field through a mix of lectures and hands-on offerings.” 
 
“The Ultra EMG Program is being led by world-renowned faculty with expertise in many facets of neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine,” said Katharine E. Alter, MD. “The addition of neuromuscular ultrasound to an EDX review makes this a unique course. This format offers attendees training in both topics. This freestanding course is a great review for the ABEM, PMR, and Neurology Boards.” 
 
View the Ultra EMG Program Guide to see the full listing of topics to be covered. 
 
Ultra EMG Program faculty: 
  • Chair: Jeffrey A. Strakowski, MD
  • Katharine E. Alter, MD
  • Albert C. Clairmont, MD
  • Daniel Dumitru, MD, PhD
  • Lisa D. Hobson-Webb, MD
  • Jon A. Jacobson, MD
  • Jun Kimura, MD
  • William S. Pease, MD
  • Erik V. Stalberg, MD, PhD
Visit our Ultra EMG Program page to learn more about this exciting learning opportunity and to register! 


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