Access the AAN's exclusive tools and resources developed specifically to help residency program coordinators administer successful neurology programs.
Virtual Coffee Professional Development Series
The Virtual Coffee Professional Development Series educates, supports, and provides resources for personal and professional development to program coordinators in neurology.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Virtual Coffee Professional Development Series events:
Professional Development for Program Coordinators: How to Take the First Step Towards Your Future!
Wednesday, August 16, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. CT
Crys Draconi, C-TAGME
Education Manager, Tufts Medical Center Neurosciences; Independent Medical Education Consultant
- Understand what professional development is
- Learn how to build a resume specific to an academic medical administrator
- Learn how to obtain experiences for professional development opportunities including posters, presentations, papers (peer/non-peer), committee involvement and leadership
- Learn how to apply for opportunities and manage the time to do them
Learn more about the Program Coordinator Recognition Award.
2017: Terri Feist, BA, C-TAGME, and Jennifer C. Rew, MEd
2016: Mary Phelan, BS, C-TAGME, and Julia Campbell, BA, C-TAGME
2015: Kristin L. Stacy, C-TAGME, Notary, and Clara Vigelette, AAS, C-TAGME
2014: Maggie Baker, and Vanya Sagar, MPA, C-TAGME
(RITE) Residency In-service Training Examination
The RITE® is a self-assessment tool that evaluates overall knowledge of neurology and neuroscience and identifies areas for potential growth. The RITE is administered one weekend a year.
Learn more about finding a neurology residency.