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Spaces Filling for Stroke Symposium in October
Spaces are filling for the Second Annual Stroke Symposium, Continuum of Care: Impacting Management, Improving Outcomes, Oct. 22, UT Conference Center. Reserve your seat today at www.tennessee.edu/cme
The conference will present information for healthcare professionals practicing in
Presented by the University of Tennessee Medical Center Brain and Spine Institute and UT Graduate School of Medicine, the symposium will offer seven CME credits through AMA, AAPA, ACPE and TPTA, as well as CEUs.
Conference participants will learn about Tennessee Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Plan guidelines; evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of stroke; interventional management of cerebral aneurysms; strategies for primary and secondary prevention of stroke; post-stroke rehabilitation priorities and innovations; evaluation and triage of patient problems; and drug therapies for stroke patients.
Speakers represent West Virginia University, Campbell University and American Heart Association, as well as UT faculty and local experts.
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