Duke Perspectives From the 2018 American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Annual Meeting
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Matthew W. Luedke, MD
Director of Quality Improvement & Credentialing
Department of Neurology
Duke University Hospital
Duke University Medical Center
Julie Blum, PhD
Senior Clinical Content Manager
Lisa R. Rinehart, MS, ELS
Director, Editorial Services
Kathryn Schaefer, MSN, RN, CPHRM
Senior Manager, Accreditation and Compliance
East Lansing, MI
Anne Jacobson, MPH, CCMEP
Cocoa Beach, FL
Upon completion, participants should be able to:
- Discuss interesting and clinically useful topics presented at AAN and consider how this information can be applied to clinical practice
This activity is intended for neurologists.
Series Overview/Statement of Need
More than 20 faculty members, residents, and fellows from the Duke Department of Neurology led courses, gave lectures, and presented their research findings at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), held April 21 to 27, 2018, in Los Angeles, CA. Herein, we summarize this information and gain interesting perspective from Matthew W. Luedke, MD, assistant professor of neurology in the Division of General and Community Neurology, with the goal that this information will help neurologists remain up to date on current research from the Duke Department of Neurology.
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Initial Release Date: May 18, 2018
Expiration Date: May 17, 2019
Estimated Time to Complete This Activity: 45 minutes
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Matthew W. Luedke, MD
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