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CNS Annual Meeting

The 51st Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society is scheduled to be held in Cincinnati, OH, October 12-15, 2022. Scientific program to include 6 symposia, 6-8 seminars, workshops, junior member seminars and a clinical research boot camp, and 200 scientific posters. This year’s Sachs Lecturer is Steven Miller MD. The Hower Award Lecturer is Leon Epstein, MD, PhD. The Martha Bridge Denckla Award Lecturer is Michael Shevell, MDCM. The Philip R. Dodge Young Investigator Lecturer is Bhooma Aravamuthan, MD, MPhil.

Current plans are to host a hybrid meeting to accommodate those unable to attend due to continued COVID-19 restrictions and concerns. A limited # of symposia will be presented both live on-site and live-streamed on-line, with all sessions available On Demand w/in 72 hours of presentation thru November 15.

CNS Life Long Learning

Launched in the spring of 2017, the CNS Lifelong Learning Website features a growing catalogue of CME courses, MOC resources, Case Studies, audio and video lectures, interviews and conversations, discussion forums and weekly survey questions.

  • Three new Self Assessment Exams were added in February 2021.
  • CME courses from the 2019 CNS Annual Meeting are available for online CME through October 2022.
  • Lifelong Learning content will be fully integrated into CNS website with CME credits earned reported in members’ profiles beginning October 1, 2022.

NOTE: On-line CME credits awarded only for courses not previously attended (and claimed for CME credit) at previous CNS Annual Meetings.