NeurologyLive Year in Review: Top Peer Exchange Segments


Catch up on some of our most popular Peer Exchange panels with experts in the field, including discussions on epilepsy, migraine, multiple sclerosis, and more.

NeurologyLive seeks to bring expert-driven insight to the forefront of its coverage, and we did so in 2019 by gathering experts in a number of subspecialties together to lead discussions on pressing topics within their respective fields in our Peer Exchange series.

These multi-part conversations cover topics ranging from diagnosis and making treatment decisions, to the use of genetic testing and the understanding of the biologic basis for diseases. These discussions among peers are a pillar of our offerings to clinicians and health care professionals in neurology to help you improve patient care. We've assembled some of the best of those conversations from this past year below.

Click the links below to watch some of our most popular Peer Exchange segments of 2019:

Evolving Knowledge of Epilepsy Incidence and EtiologyWATCH NOW

Diagnosing MS in the Modern EraWATCH NOW

CGRP Inhibitors: Transformative Therapy for MigraineWATCH NOW

Biology of MigraineWATCH NOW

Diagnostic Tests to Confirm hATTR Amyloidosis WATCH NOW

Functional Changes in the Brain During MigraineWATCH NOW

Early Identification and Diagnosis of MSWATCH NOW

Response to CGRP Inhibitors: Refractory Migraine & Drug OveruseWATCH NOW

Considerations for Using Oral Cladribine in MSWATCH NOW

Defining hATTR AmyloidosisWATCH NOW

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