What is an online course? Intensive, self-paced course completed over 8 to 15 weeks broken into manageable modules featuring pre-recorded lectures, case studies, instructor-led online discussion, and short exams. Courses have a start and end date each semester based on the length of the course and number of CE credits offered. You can complete the course on your time - no need to login at a specific time to participate!

Fall 2019 Course End Dates

  • November 26, 2019
    Behavioral & Cognitive Neurology
  • December 17, 2019
    Clinical Neuroanatomy 

Spring 2020 Courses - Registration Open

  • Clinical Neuroanatomy 
  • Behavioral & Cognitive Neurology 

Spring 2020 Online Courses

 

Behavioral & Cognitive Neurology

24 CE Credits (course begins January 6, 2020 ends March 30, 2020)

The goal of this 12-week course is to provide students with an overview of the behavioral geography and large scale networks of the brain and to review the disorders of higher cortical functions and the major neurobehavioral syndromes, including frontal lobe syndromes, hemispheric asymmetries, attention and confusional states, memory and amnesias, aphasia and related disorders, affective prosody and aprosodias, disorders of complex visual processing, and the dementias.

COURSE DIRECTOR 
Gregory P. Lee, Ph.D.
Professor of Neuropsychology & Director of Training 
Barrow Neurological Institute 
Phoenix, AZ

COURSE FEES
NAN Members: $375 
Non-members: $625

Click here to download the course syllabus. Review the DistanCE Policies & Procedures thoroughly prior to registration.


 

Clinical Neuroanatomy

30 CE Credits (course begins January 6, 2020 ends April 20, 2020)

The goal of this 15-week course is to provide students with a working knowledge of the basic neuroanatomic structures of the central nervous system including the motor system, somatosensory system, cranial nerves, cerebellum, basal ganglia, limbic structures, ventricles, meninges, and the vascular supply of the brain. After each major system, structure, or anatomical pathway is presented, the consequences of damage to that system will be presented. These are referred to as “Key Clinical Concepts” in your textbook and throughout these modules. Furthermore, clinical cases will be presented to help solidify the anatomical facts. In this fashion, the neuroanatomical details will take on clinical relevance, and thus a deeper appreciation of how the central nervous system operates will hopefully be attained.

COURSE DIRECTOR 
 
Gregory P. Lee, Ph.D. 
Professor of Neuropsychology & Director of Training 
Barrow Neurological Institute 
Phoenix, AZ

COURSE FEES
NAN Members: $465 
Non-members: $775

Click here to download the course syllabus. Review the DistanCE Policies & Procedures thoroughly prior to registration.

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