In an effort to continue resident training, we have put together three additional neurology modules to form Brain Camp Online Part II. This course will begin with a review of functional neuroanatomy, will progress to large animal neurology, including equine and production animal neurology, and will finish with neuropathology with a focus on spinal cord diseases.
Following the same model as our original Brain Camp Online offerings, each of the three additional courses will consist of 6 hours of pre-recorded lectures, followed by a 1-hour scheduled live Q&A with the presenter(s). Content will be available on demand, where learners can take the course at their convenience.
Brain Camp Online Part II consists of 3 separate modules:
Course Launches Monday, August 2, 2021
Live Q&A with the Presenter will be hosted the week of August 23, 2021
This module will cover anatomy of the central nervous system. Functional neuroanatomy of the major systems will be covered, including motor, vestibular and sensory systems.
- Large Animal Neurology
Course Launches Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Live Q&A with the Presenter will be hosted the week of September 27, 2021
This module will cover large animal neurology, including equine and small ruminants, with a review of the neurological examination in large animal species. An overview of congenital, infectious, degenerative, and toxic diseases will be covered. Clinical presentation, diagnostics including electrodiagnostics, therapy and prognosis will be included where indicated.
- Neuropathology – Part II
Course Launches Monday, October 4, 2021
Live Q&A with the Presenter will be hosted the week of October 25, 2021
This module will review neuropathology, with a particular focus on spinal cord diseases. A general review of normal spinal cord histopathology will precede discussion of large and small animal spinal pathologies.
Additional information will be posted as it becomes available. Check back regularly for updates.
For additional questions, please contact us at Learning@ACVIM.org.