From Millennials and Gen X-ers to Boomers and beyond, the society’s hard-working members span the generations. The members form an inclusive network of cultures, skills and interests. The society offers an array of resources, collaboration and educational opportunities that foster both professional and personal growth within its members.
The society’s mission is to support and enhance the study, acquisition, dissemination, and application of knowledge concerning neurology in all of its phases: biological, clinical, and social.
Be Part of the CNSA Network
A network of highly motivated and dedicated medical professionals with many years of experience in neurology and neuroscience.
Members receive a discount on Annual Meeting registration as well as a complimentary Performance-In-Practice or Self-Assessment (at the Annual Meeting).
The society limits registration at the Annual Meeting to 100 clinicians to promote a vigorous exchange of ideas between the participants and the faculty. Members get priority registration to the Annual Meeting. They also receive priority invitations to regional events and other programming.
Members receive a monthly e-newsletter, The Neuro Notice, that includes breaking news about the Annual Meeting and other CNSA co-sponsored events and programming, public policy updates, neurological news of note, member profiles and more.
CLASSIFICATIONS & DUES
General Membership Dues: $200
General Membership is designed for physicians who have been in practice for at least five years. The benefits of General Membership are as follows:
- Discount on Annual Meeting registration (with code)
- One complimentary Performance-in-Practice or Self-Assessment (at the Annual Meeting, a $100 dollar value)
- Subscription to monthly e-newsletter, The Neuro Notice 2021 | 2020 | 2019
- Invitation to all CNSA programming
- Priority invitation to regional seminars and online courses
- Opportunity to serve in CNSA leadership and on other committees
Associate Membership Dues: $100
Associate Membership is designed for physicians in training – 5 years or less of practice; allied professionals including nurses, nurse practitioners and advanced practice providers; and retired members. The benefits of Associate Membership are as follows: