Organizers of PAINWeek offer BRAINWeek, a new 3-day live virtual conference targeted to specialists and frontline practitioners managing neuropsychiatric disorders. Convening May 7-9, it will offer 18+ CE/CME credits for participants.

Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD, will deliver the Keynote address on Saturday. His talk, “A New Era of Experiential Medicine,” will cover both digital therapeutics and psychedelics and make the connection between them via the role of experience as medicine for the mind, according to a media release.

On Friday, faculty member Jacob Sosnoff, PhD, will present “Utilizing Virtual Reality for Motor Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis.” The course examines the evidence in support of virtual reality in rehabilitation of individuals with multiple sclerosis, per the release.

Other courses relating to multiple sclerosis will be featured on Friday, including “Differential Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease, Essential Tremor, and Multiple Sclerosis”; and “Managing Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis: The Collaborative Care Team.” The day will also feature “Optimal Management of Movement Disorders: The Collaborative Care Team”; “Neuromodulation for Movement Disorders”; and “When Night Falls: Restless Legs Syndrome.”

BRAINWeek is provided by Global Education Group. For more information and to register, visit BRAINWeek.

[Source(s): PAINWeek, PRWeb]