Free Neurology CME/CE Courses
Neurologists can find a variety of free CME and CE activities in subjects like multiple sclerosis, spasticity and SMA.
Assess the role of potential biomarkers and other key indicators of multiple sclerosis (MS) related to early diagnosis of MS
Identify the barriers contributing to the geographic and racial healthcare disparities in cardiac amyloidosis (ATTR-CM) care.
The 60-minute CME-certified activity, “Rationale and Evidence for Individualized Treatment Decisions in gMG,” will review recently approved and emerging treatment options.
This activity reviews use of ultrasound guidance for optimizing botulinum neurotoxin injections in the forearm and hand including pattern recognition, scanning tips, and needle guidance techniques.
Develop more culturally conscious clinical and communication-based skills to better assess and address the needs of minority patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Select a treatment plan for a patient with MS that is consistent with the state-of-the-art in MS care.
Presented at the 2022 International Congress on the Future of Neurology®, this activity aims to update clinicians on key clinical data pertaining to current and emerging B-cell–depleting and BTK-inhibiting therapies for the treatment of patients with MS. Clinicians also can expect to learn about approaches to personalizing care.