AANEM Meetings News Express

AANEM News Express

Physicians: Obtain CME at the 2018 AANEM Annual Meeting!

2018 AANEM Annual Meeting is an excellent venue for physicians to earn continuing medical education (CME). A wide selection of free sessions is available and most offer CME. Almost all of our workshop sessions also offer CME.  

CME for Physicians at the AANEM Annual Meeting: 22.5 (there is also an opportunity to earn 27 Self-Assessment CME) 

13 New Workshops at the 2018 AANEM Annual Meeting!

AANEM is excited about the lineup planned for this year’s annual meeting, including new workshops that have never been offered before. 

2018 AANEM Annual Meeting: Neurology, PMR, and Technologist Tracks

Registration for the 2018 AANEM Annual Meeting opens June 27. There’s something for everyone at this year's meeting, but with so many options, it may be tough to decide which sessions to attend. Your annual meeting schedule can be customized however you’d like; but, if you need assistance, we've outlined some of the top sessions by specialty (neurologists, PMR physicians, technologists).  

2018 AANEM Annual Meeting: Funds Available for Physicians from Economically Developing Countries to Attend

The AANEM Foundation offers International Fellowship Award opportunities for up to 5 physicians from economically developing countries to attend the AANEM Annual Meeting. Additionally, applicants who submit an application but do not receive a Foundation Fellowship Award are automatically considered for awards offered through the North American Chapter of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN).

Billakota Receives Golseth Young Investigator Award

Golseth Young Investigator Award
The recipient of the 2016 Golseth Young Investigator Award is Santoshi Billakota, MD, for the abstract, “Utility of Ultrasound in Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”.  Dr. Billakota said, “Winning this award is an honor, and encourages me to continue pursuing my interests in clinical research.”

Best Abstract Award

The recipient of the 2016 Best Abstract Award is Todd Levine, MD, for the abstract, “Response to Intravenous Immunoglobulin in Patients with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: The Insights Quality Improvement Project”. Dr. Levine said, “This award is extremely gratifying and helps validate the work that we have been conducting and gives us the motivation to move forward and to design a system to improve upon the current diagnostic process in the community.”

Dr. Sanford Receives Golseth Young Investigator Award

The AANEM presented the 2015 Golseth Young Investigator Award to Timothy S. Sanford, MD, formerly of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, for his abstract, “Correlation Between Ultrasound Measures of The Median Nerve and Electrodiagnostic Severity of Median Mononeuropathy Separated by Gender.”