Registration for the 49th Annual Meeting is now open.
General Member: $700
Associate Member: $550
Self-Assessment exam: $100 each
Anyone can use the code Discount100 on the checkout screen to take another $100 off the price of registration. Using this code before November 11 will bring your registration price down to the same amount as for the 2022 Annual Meeting. This is a limited time offer.
General Members and Associate Members will be emailed a code to access the discounted registration rates. The code for General Members will also allow for one complimentary Self-Assessment exam. Don’t see the email? Send a message to email@example.com.
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Health & Safety Measures
CNSA is committed to the health and safety of Annual Meeting attendees, their family members, event supporters and venue staff. CNSA is requiring all participants and guests of the Annual Meeting to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. When possible, CNSA will make reasonable accommodations for attendees who are unable to be vaccinated because of a disability, medical reasons or sincerely held religious belief. If you believe you qualify for an exception, please email info@NeuroAmerica.org.
View the scientific program to see the complete list of speakers and topics.
CNSA’s joint provider, Global Education Group, designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology has reviewed the Clinical Neurological Society of America’s 2023 Annual Meeting and has approved this activity as part of a comprehensive Self-Assessment activity, which is mandated by the ABMS as a necessary component of Continuing Certification.
CNSA will offer two Self-Assessment exams. The Self-Assessment exam topics are movement disorders and epilepsy. Each Self-Assessment exam is approved for 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(TM) (Part II).
Continuing Certification activities are only available to registered meeting attendees. Participants will be provided a certificate of completion for each Self-Assessment exam.
The CNSA Annual Meeting is designed to provide practicing neurologists with the most up-to-date information for the diagnosis and management of the patient with neurologic conditions. Each section is built around a specific clinical topic and presented by experts who provide practical information for evaluating and treating patients with neurological conditions.
This meeting is designed primarily for practicing neurologists. Other health care providers that can benefit from this meeting include residents, fellows, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, social workers, doctors of pharmacy and neuropsychologists who work in patient care may benefit.
Statement of Educational Need
To be more capable of practicing at the standard of care, neurologists need a better understanding of the pathophysiology of stroke and cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy and seizure disorders, neuroinflammatory disorders, movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders, dementias, headache disorders and emerging neurological illnesses. They also need improved diagnostic evaluation, treatment and management strategies, and novel approaches to monitoring pediatric and adult patients with these conditions. This educational activity is designed to improve understanding and use of current clinical practice guidelines and recent research findings in the participant’s practice.
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
- Describe clinical updates relative to stroke prevention and management of cerebrovascular disease.
- Identify the etiologies, treatment and outcomes of pediatric hemorrhage stroke.
- Discuss emerging neuroinfectious diseases and potential impact on patient care.
- Explain new medications and strategies for treating epilepsy and seizure disorders.
- Outline clinical approaches for diagnosing and treating ataxias.
- Define patient-centric approaches for treating Parkinson’s disease.
- Discuss strategies for diagnosis and management of functional movement disorders.
- Describe advances in treatment for immune-mediated neuropathies and acquired inflammatory myopathies.
- Discuss strategies for managing and treating dementias.
- Identify symptoms, signs and solutions for spontaneous intracranial hypotension.
- Outline approaches for symptom management of brain tumor patients.
Hotel and Travel Information
The damage caused by hurricane Ian required CNSA to find a new meeting location for 2023. The leadership is excited to have secured the Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place as the replacement venue. We look forward to returning to South Seas Island Resort in a future year.
The CNSA base group rate is $329 for a deluxe village view room. Guests are invited to reserve intracoastal rooms or suites at CNSA’s discounted rates. The group rate applies to guests three days prior to and subsequent of the meeting, subject to hotel availability. All reservations are subject to the hotel services fee, which has been discounted to $10.00 per room per day. Each attendee will receive the following services:
- Guestroom and public space internet access
- Use of the fitness center
- Roof top pool access and use of chaise lounges, umbrellas and towels
- Two bottles of water daily in guest room
- Coffee & tea in guest room
- Local and long-distance calls
- Business center utilization
Parking fees per day are as follows:
- Overnight Self-Parking rate of $10.00 plus tax
- Overnight Valet Parking rate of $28.00 plus tax.
Click here to book your room accommodations. Reservations can be booked online through December 23 at 5pm EST. After this date reservations will be accepted based on availability and can only be booked by calling the reservation line. Attendees wishing to make reservations by phone should call 1-855-350-6809 and ask for the Clinical Neurological Society of America Annual Meeting group rate.
Please note, should you wish to upgrade your room into a guaranteed water view or suite or if you would like to arrive or depart outside the contracted block dates, please call the Reservations Department directly at 561-273-6668 and refer to the CNSA room block.
The hotel address is 122 Soundings Ave, Jupiter, FL 33477.
Attendees should book their own travel arrangements. Most airlines offer direct flights into Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). The hotel is roughly 20 miles from Palm Beach International Airport. Taxis, ride share services (Uber/Lyft) and car rentals are readily available at the airport. Booking car rental reservations ahead of time is recommended.
Information about Reservations and Refunds for South Seas Island Resort
The previous 49th Annual Meeting venue South Seas Island Resort has communicated to CNSA that they have canceled all reservations and processed all refunds for anyone who had a reservation associated with the 2023 Annual Meeting.
If you have any questions about the refund process, please reach out to South Seas directly by calling 844-329-0457.
The CNSA Annual Meeting has a long history of being family friendly and this year’s event will be no different. Spouses, companions and children are welcome to join attendees and supporters at the following ticketed events. Participants who register for the meeting do not need to purchase guest tickets for themselves. Attendance to both evening events is included within the price of the full meeting registration.
On Saturday, January 14, CNSA will host an outdoor welcome reception for meeting attendees, corporate supporters and friends of the society. This event is sponsored in part by AbbVie. The poolside event will start at 6:15pm and includes a casual dinner and drinks.
The event is included in the cost of meeting registration. Guest tickets for adults and children can be purchased for $50 and $25, respectively, via the Annual Meeting registration site or with cash, check or credit card onsite.
Celebration of CNSA
On Monday, January 16, CNSA will host an evening event in celebration of the society. The indoor event will start at 6:30pm and feature live music, dinner, dessert and drinks. The event will celebrate all that the society accomplished in the last year.
The event is included in the cost of meeting registration. Guest tickets for adults and children can be purchased for $50 and $25, respectively, via the Annual Meeting registration site.
CNSA supports the participation of life science companies and other partner organizations who wish to provide supplemental educational programming for our attendees during our meetings.
Thanks to the support of Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Eli Lilly & Company and Catalyst, CNSA is pleased to be able to provide sponsored lectures over lunch on Saturday, January 14, Sunday, January 15 and Monday, January 16. These lectures are free and are not offered as part of the scientific program. No CME is provided for attending these lectures.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
CNSA is thankful for the support of these Annual Meeting sponsors.
Corporate Council Gold Sponsor:
Annual Meeting Platinum Sponsor:
- Eli Lilly
Annual Meeting Gold Sponsors:
Annual Meeting Silver Sponsors:
All State Med
CND Life Sciences
SK Life Science
We encourage all meeting attendees to visit these supporters at their booths in the exhibit hall.
Residents and Fellows Scholarship
The Clinical Neurological Society of America’s Residents and Fellows Scholarship program will award up to four scholarship recipients the opportunity to enhance their training by attending the 49th Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held January 14-17, 2023, in Jupiter, Florida.
The 49th Annual Meeting is designed to provide neurologists with the most up-to-date information for the diagnosis and management of the patient with neurologic conditions. Each section is built around a specific clinical topic or topics presented by experts who provide practical information for evaluation and treatment of patients with a range of neurological conditions. The full scientific program can be viewed here.
Up to four recipients will receive:
- Free meeting registration, which includes entry to scientific lectures, the exhibit hall and social programming
- Three lunches, two dinners and one breakfast associated with the meeting
- Up to four nights of hotel accommodations at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place
- Up to $500 in reimbursement for travel expenses
- Mentorship by a CNSA member
As a condition of award, recipients are expected to:
- Attend and fully participation at the 49th Annual Meeting from January 14 at 8:30am – January 17 at 12pm
- Moderate a two-lecture block during the scientific program, which includes introducing two speakers and moderating the question-and-answer session after two lectures
- Engage with their assigned CNSA mentor
- Rumyar V Ardakani, MD – Dallas, TX
- Sathiji Kathiresu Nageshwaran, MD – New York, NY
- Thien Thanh Nguyen, MD – Lexington, KY
- Hunter Roark, MD – Hillsborough, NC
- Mazia Shafi, MD – Kansas City, MO
- Sanem Pinar Uysal, MD – Cleveland, OH
Participants who register for the meeting do not need to purchase guest tickets for themselves. Attendance to both evening events is included within the price of the full meeting registration.
CNSA supports the participation of life science companies and other partner organizations who wish to provide supplemental educational programming for our attendees during the annual meeting. This year, CNSA is pleased to offer three lectures.
Attendance is free, but advanced registration is strongly encouraged for the purpose of securing an accurate count for the meal. If you have a dietary restriction or need a special food accommodation, please note that within the registration field below. The deadline to guarantee a meal is January 12. Registrations will still be accepted after this date, but a meal cannot be guaranteed.
2023 Annual Meeting
Mark your calendar to join the Clinical Neurological Society of America January 14-17, 2023 for the society’s 49th Annual Meeting. More information will be released soon.
To view the 2022 Annual Meeting information, visit neuroamerica.org/annual-meeting-2022.