$46.75 – $290

22nd Annual Children's Neuroscience Symposium

Event Information

Location

Location

Barrow Neurological Institute

350 West Thomas Road

Leonard Goldman Auditorium

Phoenix, AZ 85013

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

Event description

Description

Stay up-to-date in assessment and management of complex neurological conditions, according to the most recent evidence-based medicine. Discussed throughout the symposium is the importance of the primary care provider’s role alongside the specialist in providing the most comprehensive continuum of care.

Hear from are some of the most respected and renowned experts in the field who will provide these crucial updates in the treatment of the complex neuro-patient and how these advances directly relate to the care received from their PCP.

For more information and a complete program lisiting is visit:
http://barrow.phoenixchildrens.org/CNS2018

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Our goal is to improve the knowledge of primary care clinicians so they are better equipped to provide accurate assessments and management of care, facilitate their interactions with the specialist and improve overall care to this group of patients. Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the critical role of the primary care provider in the care and management of pediatric neurological, developmental and behavioral disorders.

  • Understand the importance and the need for evidence-based early intervention

  • Identify new advances and state-of-the-art treatment modalities of complex pediatric neurological disorders

  • Cite examples of current research findings in pediatric neurosciences and their translation to clinical care

  • Identify common pitfalls in the treatment and intervention services for neurological, developmental and behavioral disorders

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The 22nd Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium provides an evidence-based approach, designed for the
primary care provider, advanced practice provider, nursing staff, clinical research scientists and those wanting a
better understanding of the presented clinical information.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
GROUP 1: Physicians and PhD Scientists.
$115/ day or $290 for all days
GROUP 2: Advanced practice providers, nurses, social workers, therapists, and allied health.
$80/ day or $185 for all days
GROUP 3: Students of these professions, and scientists/physicians in training.
$55/ day (Price does not include Friday’s recpetion)

REGISTER BEFORE JANUARY 15TH and receive 15% off your registration.

ACCOMMODATIONS
The Embassy Suites Phoenix Downtown North & Hampton Inn Phoenix-Midtown-Downtown. Both in the heart of downtown Phoenix and just steps from the location of the Children’s Neuroscience
Symposium at the Leonard Goldman Auditorium inside BARROW Neurological Institute at 350 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona. Visit the conference website for special conference rate.



FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is available in the 3rd Avenue Garage, across from the venue, for a maximum daily rate of $12.00. Free parking validation is available to the first 150 registrants.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Call or email Christina Casanova at ccasanova@phoenixchildrens.com or (602) 933-0923

What's the refund policy?

If you cancel your participation in this course on or before February 4, 2018, registration fees will be refunded, less a $75 administrative fee. No refunds will be made after February 5, 2018.



  • Kathleen E. Klas, CPNP-AC/PC

    Kathleen E. Klas, CPNP-AC/PC


    Pediatric Neurosurgery

  • Matthew M. Troester, DO

    Matthew M. Troester, DO


    Child Neurologist/ Epileptologist

  • Randall K. Ricardi, DO

    Randall K. Ricardi, DO


    Interim Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

  • David Bettis, MD

    David Bettis, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • Varina L. Boerwinkle, MD

    Varina L. Boerwinkle, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • John G. Curran, MD

    John G. Curran, MD


    Neuroradiology/Pediatric Radiology

  • P. David Adelson, MD

    P. David Adelson, MD


    Chief, Pediatric Neurosurgery / Children’s Neuroscience

  • Theresa A. Grebe, MD

    Theresa A. Grebe, MD


    Genetics and Metabolism

  • John F. Kerrigan, MD

    John F. Kerrigan, MD


    Child Neurologist/ Epileptologist

  • Brian L. Appavu, MD

    Brian L. Appavu, MD


    Child Neurologist/ Epileptologist

  • Michael C. Kruer, MD

    Michael C. Kruer, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • Mark S. Ruggiero, MD

    Mark S. Ruggiero, MD


    Developmental Pediatrics

  • Sander M. Bernes, MD

    Sander M. Bernes, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • Robert D. Little, MD

    Robert D. Little, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • Reena G. Rastogi, MD

    Reena G. Rastogi, MD


    Child Neurologist

  • Angus A. Wilfong, MD

    Angus A. Wilfong, MD


    Chief, Division of Child Neurology

  • Jonathan Lifshitz, PhD

    Jonathan Lifshitz, PhD


    Director, Neurotrauma Research Program; Senior Scientist

  • Michael S. Lavoie, PhD

    Michael S. Lavoie, PhD


    Chief, Pediatric and Adolescent Neuropsychology

  • Richard E. Frye, MD, PhD

    Richard E. Frye, MD, PhD


    Medical Director, Neurodevelopmental Disorders Program


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Barrow Neurological Institute

350 West Thomas Road

Leonard Goldman Auditorium

Phoenix, AZ 85013

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

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