ANA Webinars

The ANA Education Innovation Subcommittee is pleased to share the following webinar events and recordings. ANA Members may claim AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM for watching live or recordings of eligible events on OnDEC.

Upcoming Events!

 ANA Webinars: ANA-NINDS Discussion on Mentoring - Register

Date & Time: 11/1/2021, 1pm ET

 

2021 Event Recordings

 ANA Webinars: A discussion on Aduhelm - Recording

Recorded: Monday, October 4, 2021 from 7-8pm ET

During this 1-hour ANA Members Only event, Dr. David Holtzman moderated a panel of experts including, Gil Rabinovici, MD, UCSF, Suzanne Schindler, MD, PhD, Washington University, and Theresa Gomez-Isla, MD, MGH, Massachusetts General Hospital to explore what we know about Aduhelm.
 

 ANA Webinars: Neurologic Procedural Therapeutics - RECORDING

Recorded: Tuesday, August 24, 2021 from 4-5pm ET

Please join us for a 60-minute discussion between neurologists in academia about the neurologic procedures they perform, focusing on both the science supporting these procedures and a career development perspective on incorporating these procedures into their practice. This webinar is hosted by Lindsey Wooliscroft (OHSU Health Care) and Amanda Jagolino-Cole (UT Health) and features panelists: Matthew Robbins (Weill Cornell Medicine), Kelly Mills (Johns Hopkins University), Kathryn Davis (University of Pennsylvania), and Diogo Haussen (Emory University School of Medicine).

Meet the Authors of the Long Haul COVID-19 ACTN article (June 2022) - Watch
Meet the Authors: Adults with Cerebral Palsy Require Ongoing Neurologic Care - Watch
Media Training - for ANA Members (March 2021) - Watch

2020 Event Recordings

#Neurologists@ANA2020 - Virtual Networking 101 (9/25/20) - Watch
MS disease-modifying therapies in the COVID-19 era (8/21/20) - Watch
Mentoring K awardees for success (7/29/20) Recording is available to the public | Watch for CME (ANA members)
Pivoting Research to COVID-19 (4/22/2020) - Watch
Clinical & Basic Research Resilience During COVID-19 (5/8/2020) - Watch
Continuing Clinical Research During Shelter-in-Place (5/20/2020) - Watch
Teleneurology Panel (5/29/2020) - Watch
  • The JHMI survey mentioned during the video may be access here
Neurological Manifestations of COVID-19 (6/26/2020) - Watch     
  • The Annals article mentioned during the video may be access here

ANA-JHU Social Justice Summer Series | original Flyer |

7/16/20: Maya Rockaway Cummings, PhD | Recording
7/23/20: Argye Hillis, MD & John Krakauer, MA, MD | Recording
7/30/20: Chris Wilson - "Generational Trauma and Possible Solutions" | Recording
8/6/20: Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD - “Reimagining Place: Identity, Healing and Justice” | Recording
8/13/20: Vanita Gupta | Recording 
8/20/20: Christopher Bedford & Erricka Bridgeford | Recording
8/27/20: We will show a portion of the documentary 13th, followed by a discussion.

ANA Webinars planners and producers: Lindsey Wooliscroft, MD, MS, Oregon Health and Science University (program lead); Romergryko G. Geocadin, MD, Johns Hopkins University; Elizabeth Silbermann, MD, Oregon Health and Science University; Eric Landsness, MD, PhD, Washington University; Michelle Johansen, MD, Johns Hopkins University; Urvish Patel, MBBS, MPH, Creighton University School of Medicine; Janki Amin, ANA Membership Coordinator; Karen Ragland, MA, Webinar Logistics, and Jen Hurley, CHCP, CPHQ, ANA Acceditation & Education Manager.

 

The Education Innovation Subcommittee is eager to hear from you! ***Please submit your ideas for webinars here.***

 

CME Information

Eligible ANA Webinars are designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. ANA Members: Please visit OnDEC to complete a CME evaluation and obtain a certificate. 

The American Neurological Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Neurological Association designates each material for a maximum number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.