The Ninth Annual Neuro ICU Symposium

2022 neuroicu

Soaring to New Heights in Neurocritical Care

April 20-22, 2022
InterContinental – Medical Center
6750 Main St.
Houston, TX 77030

Join us for the ninth annual Neuro ICU Symposium! We missed seeing everyone the last two years, and we look forward to once again welcoming attendees from diverse backgrounds and professions within the medical field.

The Symposium will offer CME, CNE, and CRCE credits, and it is designed to educate physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, scientists and others involved with critical care on how to optimally manage patients using a team approach and evidence-based medicine.

This year, the course is in the Texas Medical Center and has many exciting highlights: cutting-edge management of subarachnoid hemorrhage, advances in neurotrauma, and the impact of CNS malignancy on ICU care. Popular sessions from previous years including patient experiences, simulation labs and cross-fire debates will also return.

Registration and Fees

Physicians
Before March 22, 2022: $450
After March 22, 2022: $495
Virtual Attendance: $295

Nurse or Healthcare Professional
Before March 22, 2022: $250 for full registration, $175 for 1 day
After March 22, 2022: $275 for full registration, $175 for 1 day
Virtual Attendance: $175 for full registration, $100 for 1 day

Industry Professional
Administration, Non-Clinical
Before March 22, 2022: $625
After March 22, 2022: $675
Virtual Attendance: $395

Residents and Fellows
Before March 22, 2022: $75
After March 22, 2022: $100
Virtual Attendance: $50

There is no fee for medical students to attend the 2022 Neuro ICU Symposium. Please email registration@antidotecme.com from your institutional email address
to receive registration information.

*Employed individuals who are only part-time students are not considered fulltime
students and will be subject to a fee based on their status.

COURSE DIRECTOR

Tiffany R. Chang, M.D.Tiffany R. Chang, MD
Director, Neurocritical Care Fellowship Program
Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery
McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston
Mischer Neuroscience Institute
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center

 

 

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