This AANS webinar series covers a variety of COVID-19 topics of interest to neurosurgeons.
Whether in-person or virtually, the AANS is committed to being a steward of innovative research, a source of meaningful education and a place to exchange impactful ideas. In that spirit, you are invited to participate in AANS Virtual 2020.
Ensure that you and your coding team are up-to-date on changes and best practices in billing and coding to avoid denials and maximize fair reimbursement.
With more citations than any other neurosurgery-focused publication, the Journal of Neurosurgery updates the reader, while helping to meet subspecialty CME requirements.
The AANS offers a variety of live and online resources to equip advanced practitioners for the rigors of neurosurgical practice environments.
The SNAP online courses provide a structured online curriculum for advanced practitioners. All SNAP courses offer CME and CNE credit/contact hours.
A renowned, international faculty present advances, advantages and practical issues in contemporary perioperative and intraoperative brain mapping applications in brain tumor and functional neurosurgery. Presentations give unique insights into the brain mapping practices at the world's leading institutions.
Author Michael Bliss captures Cushing's personal and professional life in detail. He paints an engaging portrait of an ambitious man with a fanatical work ethic, penchant for ruthless self-promotion and an enormous appetite for life.
The Edwin Smith Papyrus offers an authoritative treatment of the Egyptian text. This volume contains original hieratic text, transcription into hieroglyphs, transliteration, English translation, philological apparatus and copiously illustrated medical commentaries.
A History of Neurosurgery is the first thorough book on the history of neurosurgery published since 1951. The book is organized around a specific historiographic framework that traces the advancement of the specialty.
The AANS Goodman Oral Board Preparation is a highly interactive course that simulates the examination given by the American Board of Neurological Surgery.
The AANS and NREF offer a series of educational resources for residents. Each course covers a topic in-depth and is designed to present information not always covered in neurosurgical residency.
The AANS offers a variety of online subspecialty courses designed to offer quick, accessible clinical updates. Most provide CME credit and are available free or at a discount for AANS members.