This program is designed to familiarize health care professionals including neurologist and non neurologists regarding clinical presentations and the evaluation of patients with acquired neuromuscular junction disorders, including myasthenia gravis and Lambert Eaton myasthenic syndrome, to enable care providers the ability to diagnose and manage the myasthenic patient in acute and ambulatory care settings, and minimize disease morbidity and mortality.
Registration may be limited, wait-listed, or closed without notice. The format of this activity is subject to change due to extenuating circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Should the activity be cancelled or changed to a new format (i.e. virtual only or some combination of virtual/in-person), Houston Methodist may cancel or modify your registration accordingly. We will make every effort to notify you of a change of format and your registration status before the activity date. Thank you for your understanding.
Saturday, October 24
Virtual Conference, John F. Bookout Auditorium, 2nd Floor Houston, Texas