New NeuroLearn Course Available on Treating Fatigue in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

July 13, 2012

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"Sick and Tired: Recognizing and Treating Fatigue in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis" is a new course available from NeuroLearn, the AAN's newest online learning program.

The course, which offers one CME credit upon successful completion, includes information about the presentation and mechanisms of MS fatigue, as well as treatment strategies for both primary MS fatigue and contributing factors.

"Fatigue is the most commonly reported symptom in person with multiple sclerosis," said Course Director Barbara S. Giesser, MD. "Despite its prevalence, primary MS fatigue is often under recognized and treated in the MS population."

Upon completion, participants should be able to:

  • Identify fatigue in persons with MS
  • Distinguish between primary and secondary causes of fatigue
  • Implement the appropriate management for fatigue in persons with MS

The "Sick and Tired: Recognizing and Treating Fatigue in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis" course is available to AAN members for only $29, a $20 savings from non-member pricing.

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About NeuroLearn

NeuroLearn is the American Academy of Neurology's affordable and convenient suite of exclusive online education courses is designed to address relevant clinical neurology and practice topics while offering a range of continuing medical education (CME) credits.

Participants in NeuroLearn courses have 12 months to access and complete a course and the courses are designed to offer .5 to 2 CME hours.

The courses have been designed specifically for online delivery and utilize audio, video, graphics, and text to provide the learner with an engaging online experience.

Learn more.