+ Include: 17 videos, size: 1.35 GB
+ Target Audience: neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuro-intensivists, neuroradiologist
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Friday, June 23, 2023, 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM, Virtual, Philadelphia, PA
Advancements in the field of neurosurgery are occurring at an increasingly rapid rate. The integration of these advances into clinical practice often lags behind the rate at which they emerge in the literature. Therefore, a critical appraisal of the most recent and most influential advances in the various fields of neurosurgery is necessary to effectively incorporate these advances into clinical practice.
Thomas Jefferson University is a world leader in neurosurgical research and practice. Current faculty and alumni from its residency and fellowship training programs are often on the cutting edge of neurosurgery. This virtual event will highlight the latest advances in the field of neurosurgery and identify ways in which practitioners from all fields can improve their practice and optimize the care for their patients by effectively integrating these changes into their practice.
In addition to the major topics of neurovascular disease, neurooncology, complex spinal surgery, neuroimaging, and functional neurosurgery, we will also discuss how to evaluate one’s practice, improve patient safety, and limit medical errors using quality improvement tools.
All practitioners who take care of patients with neurological illness would benefit from this event, including neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuro-intensivists, neuroradiologist, anesthesiologist, nurses, physician assistants, and practitioners who might refer patients for neurosurgical care.
- Evaluate the application of novel cerebrovascular treatment options for the management of common neurovascular conditions, including streamlined, multidisciplinary management of ischemic cerebrovascular disease, intracranial aneurysms, and arteriovenous malformations.
- Appraise novel therapies for neoplastic processes of the central nervous system, including endoscopic, minimally invasive, and complex cranial approaches.
- Employ up-to-date treatment strategies for the management of spinal cord injury and degenerative disease of the spine using and evidence-based approach.
- Interpret the risks and benefits of various neuromodulatory, neurorestorative, ablative, and treatment strategies for neurodegenerative conditions, chronic pain, and seizure disorders.
- Assess methods for improving quality of neurosurgical care, including patient safety, outcome measurements, medical errors, and multidisciplinary communication.
- Compare relative risks and benefits of various neurosurgical treatment options for various complex neurovascular, spinal, and oncological pathologies.
- Employ a multidisciplinary approach to optimize care for patients with complex neurosurgical illness.
Alumni Lecture-Tumor Focus.ts
Alumni Spine Lecture.ts
Building My Practice.ts
Disparities in Cervical Spine Surgery.ts
Leadership Development in Neurosurgical Residency.ts
Lifting The Veil Should Surgeons Be Accountable For Their Costs and Outcomes.ts
Spine Panel Ahilan Sivaganesan 1.ts
Spine Panel Ahilan Sivaganesan 2.ts
Spine Panel Christian M Hoelscher.ts
Tractography-based Deep Brain Stimulation.ts
Tumor Panel Part 1.ts
Tumor Panel Part 2.ts
Vascular Panel Christopher Storey.ts
Vascular Panel M. Reid Gooch.ts
Vascular Panel Pascal Jabbour.ts
Vascular Panel Richard F Schmidt.ts
Venous Sinus Stenting for Pseudotumor Cerebri.ts