You Asked, We Listened!
We are excited to announce that next year's Vestibular Health Summit will be a case study approach with hands-on lab! It will be held in Austin, Texas on March 2 & 3, 2019 in collaboration with Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas (DCMC).
Many of you requested that the agenda include the addition of more in depth and complex case studies with a lab component.
Here's a snapshot of the Summit format:
Submit your case study today and contribute to the education of others! The program committee will select TWO of the submitted cases for presentation on Saturday morning. If selected, you will have the option of presenting the case study to the attendees or moderating your case study with the Summit programming chair. Finalists will be notified on December 14, 2018.
The 2nd Annual Vestibular Health Summit will also provide opportunities to network through social events and technical exhibits.
Again, this summit focuses on a comprehensive problem solving approach to diagnosing and treating dizziness and balance disorders. We’re going to be sharing with you these strategies and an incredible set of tools at this event. We will discuss the utilization of subjective and objective findings to formulate a working diagnosis and the most appropriate care plan as well as define treatment principles in vestibular rehabilitation. The Vestibular Health Summit will also provide opportunities to network through social events and technical exhibits.
Submit a Case Study!
Case Study Submission Deadline: December 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM (CST)
Case studies for educational sessions must be submitted utilizing our online form (link below). Accepted applicants will be notified by December 14, 2018.The decision as to whether or not a case study is accepted, and the final content, format and scheduling of any presentation, rests with the programming committee.
If selected, the applicant must provide a 5 question and answer multiple-choice post-test for assessing learning. Each question must correspond with a learning objective. This post-test is required for Continuing Education Unit approval.
Click here to submit your case study
Agenda - Coming Soon!
The Program Planning Committee is assembling a faculty with renowned clinical experts to provide opportunities for approved continuing education. The material is presented in a manner to support evidence-based medicine and introduce critical thinking skills in the diagnostic process.
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