20 Jan AAS Virtual Speakers Project
The American Autonomic Society Education Committee (chaired by Glen Cook, M.D.) introduces an exciting new opportunity!
The AAS has put together a panel of experts in autonomic disorders who are willing to provide remote (virtual) lectures or other teaching sessions to program residents free of charge.
Autonomic disorders often go unrecognized and under-diagnosed. Many clinicians struggle with the treatments of these often-complex conditions. Autonomic disorders also represent 2.7% of the ABPN’s neurology examination content outline. Yet most programs do not have dedicated autonomic disorders specialists at their centers.
If you are interested in having one of our speakers connect with your program, please email Amber Millen at firstname.lastname@example.org