IU Health Neuroscience Center offers year-round continuing medical education courses at Goodman Hall. These live-learning events offer an opportunity for CME credit, and provide access to printed learning tools and materials once enrolled in the course. Neuroscience topics include vascular neurology, movement and brain disorders, spinal surgery and epilepsy. Course information including payment and registration, presenting physicians, and objectives can be accessed by using the Learn More button below the course title. Information for course offerings is frequently updated so remember to check back regularly.
2014 Continuing Medical Education Events
2014 Indiana University Health Neuroscience Summit
Trends, treatments and promise for the future
Friday, June 6, 2014
- Advances in Medical & Surgical Neuro-oncology
- Evaluation & Treatment of Spinal Disorders
- Management of Intracranial Vascular Disease
- Comprehensive Epilepsy Management
2014 Spine Care Symposium
What the primary care physician needs to know
Friday, May 16, 2014
This full-day symposium will provide physicians and allied
health providers with a review of the basics of diagnosis
and nonoperative triage and management of both urgent
and chronic ailments of the neck and back. We will focus on
evidence-based algorithms for the diagnosis, imaging, and
conservative treatment of common conditions affecting the
spine. We will include sessions focused on the current Indiana
rules regarding the prescription of opioids and options for the
nonopioid treatments of patients with chronic pain conditions.
We will discuss the role of surgical therapy when conservative
approaches have failed.