Bringing CNS Members Together to Make Children’s Lives Better


Thank you for attending the 52nd Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting.

After seven years, the Child Neurology Society returned to beautiful Vancouver, BC, Canada, for the 52nd CNS Annual Meeting — and the city did not disappoint.

Building on past successes while listening to valuable member input on improving, we expanded our program this year to four fully packed days of learning, networking, and entertainment.

Between networking and learning, we honored our three Lifetime Achievement Award recipients. We heard from our distinguished Hower, Bernard Sachs, Martha Bridge Deckla, and Philip R. Dodge Young Investigator Award prizewinners.

Before wrapping up, we thanked outgoing president Bruce Cohen, MD, and welcomed the new CNS President, Peter Kang, MD. We also introduced new Board members Soe Mar, MD (Councilor of the Midwest) and Yasmin Khakoo, MD (Councilor of the East). We congratulated Monique Terrell on her one-year anniversary as Executive Director and CEO of CNS.

Claiming CME Credit

The claim credit period has passed and CME Certificates have been issued. No CME credit for 2023 will be issued for surveys completed after January 5, 2024.

If you have a question or need assistance regarding your CME Certificate please contact the CNS National Office.

Other health professionals (physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, etc.) who participate in this CME activity may submit their Statements of Attendance to their appropriate accrediting organizations or state boards for consideration of credit. The participant is responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.

2023 Annual Meeting Program

View or Download the 52nd CNS Annual Meeting Program

Annals of Neurology

Click for the Annals of Neurology (Volume 94, Issue S31) 
Click for Wiley Online Library

Thank You Sponsors!

The Child Neurology Society thanks the following sponsors for their generous financial support.