Early Bird Registration Deadline for the ICNC has been extended toJULY 15, 2022
This workshop will bring together a panel of experts to review wide ranging applications of telemedicine technologies and provide resources to an international audience to implement programs, collaborate with experts and colleagues and develop virtual outreach capability. This session will address resources for Child Neurologists, opportunities to empower primary care providers to increase their confidence, and self-efficacy in co-managing common neurological conditions and partner with specialists in Pediatric Neurology care.
- Understand the range of applications of Telemedicine Technologies.
- Avail of resources to connect with programs for increasing physician capacity for managing neurological conditions. Impact Statements
- Recognizing applications of telemedicine as a plausible, attractive and cost-effective option to foster regional as well as international collaboration in patient care and education.
- Improving capacity of referring physicians in increasing selfefficacy and confidence in comanaging neurological disorders.
Sucheta Joshi, MD, MS; Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Co-Organizer: Charuta Joshi, MBBS; Children’s Hospital Colorado, Anchutz Medical Campus, Aurora, Colorado, USA
Child Neurology Telehealth Special Interest Group: Current Landscape and Future Directions
Charuta Joshi, MBBS
The Guatemala-Colorado Child Neurology Telemedicine Experience
Diana Walleigh, MD; Children’s Hospital Colorado, Anchutz Medical Campus, Aurora, Colorado, USA
Guillermo Bolaños Ventura; Center for Human Development, FUNSALUD, Center for Global Health, Retalhuleu,
Guatemala Act Local, Reach Global: The Impact of Telementoring through Project ECHO
Sucheta Joshi, MD, MS