West Orange, NJ. April 10, 2013. John DeLuca, PhD, VP of Research & Training at Kessler Foundation, will speak at the Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown-Lakefront in Chicago, Illinois, on April 26, 2013. This one-day CME-accredited program, "Assessing and Managing Neuropsychiatric Problems in Multiple Sclerosis (MS): From MRI to Treatment" is chaired by Ralph Benedict, PhD, and hosted by the Consortium of MS Centers (CMSC). Organized in 1986 under the direction of neurologists interested in the clinical care of MS, CMSC has grown to become a multi-disciplinary organization providing a team approach to MS care and a network for all health care professionals and others specializing in the care of persons with MS.
The educational needs of healthcare professionals working with patients with MS include knowledge of cognitive impairment, which may be mild, moderate, or severe. Dr. DeLuca, an expert in cognitive rehabilitation research, will address "Behavioral Approaches to Cognitive Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis." The program faculty includes Fred Foley, PhD, Robert Zivadinov, MD, PhD, Anthony Feinstein, MD, PhD, and Sarah Morrow, MD, FRCPC, MS.
Registration deadline is April 17.
To register: http://www.mscare.org/events/event_details.asp?id=293444&group= For more information, contact email@example.com
About John DeLuca
Dr. DeLuca is VP of Research & Training at Kessler Foundation, which conducts cognitive and physical research in brain injury (TBI), multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and stroke. He specializes in the study of disorders of memory and information processing in TBI and MS and has published more than 200 articles, books, and chapters in these areas. His collaborative work in cognitive rehabilitation extends to Italy, Spain, Portugal, and China. He has
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