Robert Griggs, MD; Clifton Gooch, MD; and Henry Kaminski, MD, former presidents of the AUPN, share insight on the changes in neurology and how it is taught, the lessons learned over time, and the future for other neurology department leaders.
EP. 1: Overviewing AUPN's History and Impact on Neurology
Former presidents of the AUPN shared perspective on the advances in neurology and how it was taught during their tenure.
EP. 2: Changes to Neurology Residency, Early Life Medical Schooling
The group of experts provided perspectives on the shift in how residency programs are developed and laid out, as well as efforts to increase the number of young neurologists in the field.
EP. 3: Inspiring a Young Generation of Neurologists
EP. 4: Creating Efficient, Well-Rounded Neurology Departments
A panel of former AUPN presidents detailed how advances in neurology have changed the way the clinical specialty is taught, and why collaboration among leadership remains vital to creating an effective neurology department. [WATCH TIME: 7 minutes]
EP. 5: Future Changes to Neurology Residency and Fellowship Programs
A trio of former and current neurology department directors discussed ways in which residency and fellowship programs may change as technology and therapeutic capabilities continue to expand. [WATCH TIME: 8 minutes]
EP. 6: Ethical Values and Principals in Neurology Departments, Medical School
A group of esteemed panelists discussed the important values neurology department directors and educators should prioritize when teaching students of the future. [WATCH TIME: 6 minutes]
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