AANS Envision Series: 2020: The Year that Changed Everything
Listen as neurosurgeons from all regions, practice settings and stages of training and/or practice participate in a national dialogue regarding the impact of 2020 on neurosurgical practice, science, education and advocacy.
This recorded session revolves around three major topics that have defined 2020:
- Worldwide health crisis with impacts on every aspect of life
- Political, social and racial disharmony
- Economic instability and emergence of new business and economic paradigms
- Anthony Asher, MD, FAANS
- Frederick Barker II, MD, FAANS
- Aaron Chatterji, PhD
- Carl Heilman, MD, FAANS
- Russell Lonser, MD, FAANS
- William McDade, MD, PhD
- Nathan Selden, MD, PhD, FAANS
- Helen “Keipp” Talbot, MD, MPH
- John Wilson, MD, FAANS
Earn up to 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
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|Carl Heilman, MD, FAANS|
|Anthony Asher, MD, FAANS|
|Anthony Asher, MD, FAANS||Consultant - Globus, Stryker|
Board Trustee, Officier, a Leadership position that could affect and entities' finances - NPA, American Spine Registry
|Carl Heilman, MD, FAANS||Consultant - Cerevasc, LLC|
|Nathan Selden, MD, PhD, FAANS||Board Trustee, Officier, Leadership position that could affect an entities' finances - Cerebrotech, Scientific Advisory Board Member, Society of Neurological Surgeons|
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