What you'll learn

  • Recognize how to diagnose and differentiate common neurological problems such as headache and dementia

  • Analyze the most common neurological symptoms such as tremors and dizziness

  • Apply optimal care to patients with neurological problems who do not require referral to a neurologist

  • Identify ways to provide self-management support to patients with chronic neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis

  • Diagnose and communicate the diagnosis of functional neurologic disorders

Course description

Neurology for the Non-Neurologist is a comprehensive live lecture series that will provide the attendee with the opportunity to improve knowledge, competence and performance in the major sub-specialty areas of modern clinical neurology. The activity will incorporate presentations, Q&A and opportunities for the learners to interact with experts in the field. The course will provide updates on the rapidly changing field of clinical neurology. With the knowledge and competence gained, the learner will improve their ability to skillfully diagnose and manage those patients who present with neurological symptoms and disorders. 

This is an accredited, livestreamed course offered by Brigham and Women's Hospital. This course is targeted to Primary Care Physicians, Specialty Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Psychologists of all specialties.

Select the Take Course button to view additional information on the course registration page.

*Register before April 1, 2023 to receive the discounted price. 

Contact ceprograms@hms.harvard.edu with questions.

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