With the goal of empowering success in the Neuro ICU, Mischer Neuroscience Institute will host its seventh annual Neuro ICU Symposium April 3-5, at the Westin Oaks Galleria in Houston.

The two-and-a-half day course is designed to educate physicians and other healthcare professionals on how to provide superior neurocritical care at hospitals of all types and sizes.

The symposium’s course director and committee chair is Tiffany R. Chang, M.D., director of Neurocritical Care and Fellowship Program and assistant professor of the Department of Neurology and Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery.

New this year to the symposium is the Neuroscience Nursing Symposium, which features a comprehensive program for critical care nurses and other healthcare professionals as well as a Neurocritical Care Board Review and results from the MISTIE III Trial and the Future of Surgical ICH Treatment.

The symposium also features the return of Hot Topics: different viewpoints on management issues, The Patient Experience: neurological illness from the patient’s perspective; Cross-Fire Debates where the audience will vote to determine the winners; and Simulation Labs which are hands on workshops in smalls groups with experts.

For more information and to register, please see the website.