Dear AUPN Colleagues:
Last October, the American Neurological Association (ANA) held its 144th Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO. During this meeting, the AUPN held three educational chairs sessions on the topics of Difficult Conversations, Immigration Law for Neurology Chairs, and Philanthropy – Lessons Learned. These sessions were well attended and overall received positive responses based on the evaluations provided by both AUPN and the ANA.
Please click here to read a summary of each chair session with evaluation results. PowerPoint presentations can be found on the AUPN website under Education Programs.
If you wish to continue the conversation on either topic, Chairs are encouraged to post a topic in the AUPN Chairs Discussion Forum, located under the Members Only tab on the AUPN website.
Be sure to save the date for the ANA's 145th Annual Meeting,
which will be held October 4-6, 2020 at the The Westin Bonaventure
Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles, California
ABC Webinar: All of Us Research
Wednesday, January 29th
View the ABC Educational Webinar webpage for further details
Chairs, please don't forget to pay your 2020 dues! Details regarding what your dues covers and information on how to renew can be found here.
Save the Date: 2020 AAN Chair Summit
March 8-9, 2020
Please contact Sue Rodmyre, AAN Senior Director, Education and Research, with questions.
Robin Brey, MD
AUPN Mission: To advance and strengthen the academic Neurology community through education, mentorship and the sharing of best practices among leaders in academic neurology.
AUPN Vision: To shape the future of neurology as the voice of its academic leaders.
The following organizations are seeking to fill the following leadership position
University of Texas Medical BranchVice Chair Neurology
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Chair of Neurology
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