Monitors are needed for all Annual Meeting education program offerings and scientific platform sessions to assist directors, faculty, session co–chairs, and staff as required. The AAN will waive all monitors’ Annual Meeting registration and education program fees as well as grant CME credit for the monitoring program. Space is available on a first–come, first–served basis.
New this year: Monitoring opportunities are limited to AAN members, or attendees from underserved countries.
For more information, contact Nate Kosher at email@example.com or (612)–928–6088.
Linda Selwa, MD, FAAN, will be leading a group of neurologists in an exciting, relevant, and engaging Neuroscience Workshop on the afternoon of March 18, 2013, in San Diego, at a couple of local high schools. “We do this because we love the chance to interact with the young people in whatever city we are in, and because we believe many neuroscience concepts are relevant to overall high school education.”
Past workshops have been conducted on rotating 45– to 60–minute sessions with time spent in each or any of the following activities (often 5 to 10 students per module at a time):
If you are interested in participating, or would like more information, please email Mary Cress or call (612) 928–6004.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this posting are those of the author only and do not represent the views of the American Academy of Neurology or any of its affiliated subsidiaries.
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