This Week's Schedule
August 6, 2015- 4:30pm-5:30pm
Location: UWMC Room K-069
5 new things in the diagnosis and management of dysautonomia
Presenters: Dr. John Oakley, MD, PhD, Dept. of Neurology.
Upon completion of this series, attendees should be able to:
- acquire a comprehensive background in both clinical neurology and basic neurology research; and
- discuss current research advances in the neurosciences.
Accreditation & CME
Neurology Grand Rounds, a weekly one-hour continuing medical educational (CME) seminar held on Thursdays, covers a wide variety of clinical and basic science topics. From September through June, Grand Rounds consists of special lectures from faculty and guest speakers. Faculty and guest speakers, usually nationally recognized in their field of expertise, discuss the latest clinical and bench research developments.
During the months of July and August, Grand Rounds conducts a Summer Lectures Series which emphasizes basic lectures in the neurosciences that are held for two hours each Thursday.
Responsibility for case presentations is met by the Neurology residents while rotating with the four affiliated hospitals. The presentations are usually didactic in format with residents reviewing the literature and preparing handouts. Grand Rounds are recorded for residents who cannot attend. A file is kept of conference handouts. A core syllabus of clinical and basic science seminars are scheduled as a three-year series, so that each resident is exposed to a wide ranging set of topics during their three year residency.
The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 86.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Please note: You cannot receive CME credit by viewing archived lectures of any of the conferences.
CME credit is only available to participants who sign-in at the lecture or log-in and watch the web-cast, and pay the appropriate fee to the UW CME office at the end of the academic year.
Please note: The web-cast viewing option is only available for Grand Rounds and the Neurology Lecture Series.
If you have any questions regarding CME credit, please contact Megan Schade: