Annual Meeting and Courses

The Annual Meeting and Courses are held on adjacent days in late January or early February. The programs are designed to provide a solid review of the fundamentals and the latest scientific advances in both ‘central’ and ‘peripheral’ clinical neurophysiology. The combined ACNS meeting provides an ideal opportunity to learn, network and socialize with colleagues.

Annual Courses
Courses in clinical electroencephalography, electromyography, neuromuscular ultrasound, autonomic testing, neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring, video-EEG monitoring, continuous EEG monitoring in the intensive care unit, and other areas are offered over 3 days adjacent to the Annual Meeting. These courses are an excellent review of basic clinical neurophysiology for members seeking to refresh their knowledge and fellows and members preparing for Board examinations. Courses include breakfast seminars, half-day and full-day courses, and evening sessions. Courses are led by experts in clinical neurophysiology and are designed to maximize audience participation.

Scientific Program of the Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting is a forum for the presentation of up-to-date information on topics of specialized and advanced nature. Activities include posters, thematic symposia, debates, clinical workshops, and special interest discussion groups presented by leading national and international experts in the field. Hands-on skills workshops include demonstrations of novel techniques such as neuromuscular ultrasound, magnetic stimulation, impedance electromyography, and quantitative EEG. Participate in the ACNS “Neurophys Bowl,” the educational quiz show. The meeting features an Exhibit Hall with demonstrations of the latest publications, equipment and technology for clinical neurophysiologic testing.

Last updated: April 27, 2018