CERTIFICATION COURSE: Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry for Psychiatrists Schedule

CLINICAL NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

FOR

PSYCHIATRISTS

New York

July 21-23, 2017

FRIDAY July 21st SATURDAY July 22nd SUNDAY July 23rd
 7:30am  BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION  BREAKFAST & SIGN-IN  BREAKFAST & SIGN-IN
8:00 MOVEMENT DISORDERS
David M. Kaufman, MD
STROKES 
Steven Sparr, MD
INFECTIONS
Yoram Puius, MD, PhD
HEADACHES
Jelena Pavlović, MD, PhD
10:00  COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK  COFFEE BREAK
10:40 LANGUAGE and APHASIA
David M. Kaufman, MD
DEMENTIAS with PHYSICAL SIGNS
David M. Kaufman, MD
SPINAL CORD & MS TREMORS
David M. Kaufman, MD
12:00pm LUNCH (on your own)
1:20 ALZHEIMER DISEASE 
Howard L. Geyer, MD, PhD

SLEEP DISORDERS
Renée Monderer, MD

MUSCLE and PERIPHERAL
NERVE DISORDERS
Mark J Milstein, MD
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Mark J Milstein, MD
NEUROTRANSMITTERS
Susan Duberstein Coad, MD

QUIZ – SLIDE/VIDEO
David M. Kaufman, MD

3:45 COFFEE
4:00 PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
Steven M. Wolf, MD
EPILEPSY
Gail E. Solomon, MD
FACIAL DYSKINESIAS
NONDOMINANT SYNDROMES

David M. Kaufman, MD
5:45 Appendices

CLINICAL NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

FOR

PSYCHIATRISTS

NEW YORK 

JULY 21-25, 2017

  Monday, July 24, 2017   Tuesday, July 25, 2017
7:30 am Breakfast & Sign-in 7:30 am Breakfast & Sign-in
8:00 Introduction
David M. Kaufman, MD
Andrea J. Weiss, MD
8:00 Video Vignettes
Rebecca Fink, MD
8:30 Psychotic Disorders
Andrea J. Weiss, MD
10:00  Coffee Break
10:20 Coffee Break 10:20  Video Vignettes
(continued)
10:40 Psychosomatics
Stephen E. Nicolson, MD
11:10 Substance Abuse
Merrill S. Herman, MD
12:40 pm Lunch Break (on your own) 12:30 pm Lunch Break  (on your own)
1:40 Statistics Ethics and Forensics Anxiety Disorders
John M. Kenny, MD
1:30 Mood Disorders
Bruce Schwartz, MD
3:45 Coffee Break 3:30  Coffee Break
4:00: CYP 450
Andrea Weiss, MD
3:45 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Scott Shaffer, MD
4:45 Personality Disorders
Andrea Weiss, MD
5:45  End of Conference
6:00 End of Day One  

Times are approximate and include a few minutes for discussion between sessions and technical requirements.

No recordings on any media – audio, video, photo, or digital – are permitted.  The lecture material, syllabus, book, and videos are protected by copyright. Unauthorized reproductions are prohibited and subject to copyright infringement fines.
To ensure the comfort of the registrants, we make several requests:

  • Please turn off telephones and place beepers on the vibration mode. Phone service is limited on this level – please check your messages at break times on upper level. Please ask for the security desk phone number for any urgent calls
  • Nametags must be worn on entering SUNY and the auditorium; please help keep the auditorium clean from garbage each day
  • Please arrive on time for each session as to not disturb colleagues
  • Please hold additional questions for faculty for break times so we can stay on schedule
  • FYI- 2 Restrooms are located in the front /side of auditorium and 2 through  the back of the break  area
  • FYI- CME certificates will be available on Tuesday after the afternoon coffee break.

 

“I am actually excited to study for my boards now”
“Dr. Kaufman is an excellent neurologist and speaker. He cleared the chaos in my brain!”
“I would recommend this course to everyone.”
“High Yield – Two thumbs up”
“Dr. Sparr was excellent- took an intimidating subject and made it understandable.”
“ I passed part I with flying colors. It was no surprise that I did so well on the Neurology (90%). I think everyone should take Dr. Kaufman’s course.”
“Top Flight – Great Instructors”
“Dr. Weiss is a great speaker and teacher. She is enthusiastic and clearly puts a lot into her presentations”
“Fabulous”
“I am more thoughtful and more strategic in my patient assessments.”