Mark Your Calendar for AANEM's 2021 Annual Meeting in Aurora, Colorado, October 13-16!
AANEM is heading to beautiful Aurora, Colorado - the Gateway to the Rockies - for its 2021 Annual Meeting. From October 13-16, you’ll have the chance to participate in the premier event in NM and EDX medicine. This is a great opportunity to learn about the latest developments, network with your colleagues and peers, and earn CME/CEU credits.
The plenary topic for the AANEM 2021 Annual Meeting is “New Worlds, New Ways.” AANEM President Bonnie Weigert, MD, says the goal is to build on the plenary programs of the past several meetings, which have focused on the new groundbreaking treatments for multiple NM diseases.
“We hope to look at the clinical progress of those treatments and the ethical challenges they present,” said Dr. Weigert. “Is it a ‘Brave New World’ as some might fear, or the ‘shining, shimmering, splendid’ Disney version? And with the pandemic, hopefully looking forward at how we can better address care for our NM patients, along with the disparities in healthcare and for those who provide it.”
for all of the details about the plenary sessions.
Here are some of the many sessions that will be offered at the 2021 Annual Meeting:
New for 2021:
- Muscular Dystrophy: From Bedside Diagnosis to Gene Therapy
- Use of NM US Evaluation in Polyneuropathies
- NM Sports Medicine Cases: Mechanisms of Injury and Management of Athletes in the era of COVID-19
- Recent Advances in Nerve Surgery – Changing the Game for Nerve and Spinal Cord Injuries
- Telemedicine for Management of NM Patients
- Building a Successful EDX and/or NM US Practice: A Case Based Approach
- Quantitating your EMG
- Antisense Oligonucleotides as Treatments for NM Disorders
Back by Popular Demand:
- Video NM Cases
- MSK US for MSK Conditions Encountered During an NM Exam
- Cutting Edge US and NM Imaging
- Hot Topics in NM Literature
- MUP Recruitment Made Simple
- Challenging Imaging Cases
Registration for the 2021 AANEM Annual Meeting opens on June 25. The current plan is to hold the meeting in person, but the AANEM continues to monitor the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic and will adjust the meeting plans accordingly.