2017 AUPN Chairs Spring Session

AUPN Chairs Spring Session
There is no registration fee to attend, but we ask that you RSVP your attendance as lunch will be provided.
Online registration has closed, but individuals are welcome to register onsite.

Monday, April 24, 2017
12:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Westin Boston Waterfront
Room: Otis
425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

Dr. John Greenfield, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Dr. Lyell Jones Jr., Axon Registry, Mayo Clinic 
Dr. Sonja Potrebic, Southern California Permanante Medical Group
Dr. David Urion, Children's Hospital Boston - Harvard Medical School

Axon Registry Website
Axon Registry YouTube Vidoes

Program Directors Presentation Slides

Course Description:
The AUPN invites Chairs of Academic Neurology departments to attend a Chairs session held in conjunction with the AAN meeting in April featuring Dr. Lyell Jones from the Axon Registry who will speak about Axon Registry and its implications for quality assurance and outcomes research. A panel discussion will follow the presentation. 

Following the presentation, there will be three 10 minute talks by Program Directors from large, small and child neurology programs who will discuss service education balance, a day in the life of a Program Director and Program Director turnover. 

Chairs are welcome to invite one additional faculty person to attend. All attendees must RSVP.

12:20-12:55-- Presentation by Dr. Lyell Jones
12:55-1:25--Panel Discussion
1:25-1:35--Talk by Small Department Program Director, Sonja Potrebic, Southern California Permanante Medical Group
1:35-1:45--Talk by Medium-Large Department Program Director, Lyell Jones, Mayo Clinic
1:45-1:55--Talk by Child Neurology Program Director, David Urion, Children's Hospital Boston - Harvard Medical School
1:55-2:15--Panel Discussion/Closing Remarks

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