The Eighth Annual Neuro ICU Symposium

Envisioning the Future of Neurocritical Care

July 21-22, 2021
Virtual Attendance Only

Welcome to the eighth annual Neuro ICU Symposium! Our conference is ecstatic to return this year in a new all virtual format. We missed seeing everyone in 2020, and sincerely hope we can get together for a live event in 2022. For 2021, we will welcome virtual attendees from diverse backgrounds and professions within the medical field. Our symposium is one of the most popular neurocritical care conferences in the country, and this year, we aim to envision the future of Neurocritical Care.

The Neuro ICU is a thrilling place for the clinicians, nurses, and staff who care for our patients. We will be offering a two-day journey to the frontier of our specialty. On Day 1, we will catch up on the latest practices in cerebrovascular disorders and traumatic brain injury. Acute stroke management and care delivery will be highlighted, including advances in telemedicine and pre- hospital care. We will also examine novel surgical options for aneurysm treatment. Controversial topics in traumatic brain injury will be examined, including trauma resuscitation, multimodality monitoring, and surgical treatment of severe TBI.

Day 2 will include an action-packed review of current critical care management, with a specialized section dedicated to COVID therapies. We will also delve into the complex management of critical illness in the setting of brain injuries. To help us prepare for the future of ICU care, we will update you on major ongoing clinical trials and what to expect. The neuroscience nursing section will help provide tips and pearls for taking care of neurologically injured patients in the ICU.

Popular sessions from previous years will be returning this year. “Different Viewpoints” will present different approaches to the same clinical problem by two different specialists. “Neuroscience Trivia” will also return as an exciting break from lectures to test your knowledge and learn new fun facts!

Our new virtual platform will promote an interactive environment for question and answer sessions, as well as our new virtual exhibit hall. Check out products on exhibit and virtually visit with representatives you may not have been able to see in a long time. They can answer your questions and provide the resources you need to continue updating your current clinical practices.

Each day of the symposium, our program is full of dynamic speakers with opportunities for audience involvement. If you are unable to attend the entire conference live, have no fear. We will be recording the educational sessions and registered attendees will be able to view them for full CME credit when convenient. Please join us for this all new virtual Neuro ICU Symposium!

Intended Audience:

  • General and consult neurologists, stroke neurologists, neurointensivists
  • General, vascular, spine and trauma neurosurgeons
  • Pulmonary critical care medicine physicians
  • Surgical critical care and general/trauma surgeons
  • Anesthesiology critical care medicine physicians
  • Emergency medicine physicians
  • Critical care registered nurses, neurological nurses
  • Acute care nurse practitioners, physician assistants
  • EMTs and paramedics
  • Pharmacists
  • Physicians and surgeons in training

Registration Fees

Registration (closes July 14th)
Physicians: $295
Nurses & Healthcare Professionals (RNs, PAs, NPs, PharmDs etc.): $175
Industry Professionals: $395
Full-time Students*, Physicians in training: Free of charge

*Employed individuals who are only part-time students are not considered as full-time students and subject to fee based on their status.


The Neuro ICU Symposium adheres strictly to the regulations and policies set forth by the ACCME and the Texas Medical Association. In order to maintain independence, fair balance and validity, all Program contents are to be reviewed by the CME office. All faculty speakers, annual meeting committee members, and coordinators are obligated to fully disclose any potential conflicts of interest in providing support and/or content for this educational event.