Neuropsychiatric Workshop: Neuropsychiatric Aspects of COVID-19

Join us for a Neuropsychiatric Workshop for physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

Presented by: Vassilis E. Koliatsos, MD

The current COVID-19 pandemic has been transformative for medicine and society. A multitude of neurological and psychiatric problems and illnesses have been associated, in one way or another, with COVID-19. Because of the spread of infection and the commonality of neuropsychiatric complaints, the neurological and psychiatric practitioner will inevitably deal with problems or questions linking the virus with behavioral, cognitive, and mental complaints. This CME activity will provide a general framework within which such problems can be understood and managed, while awaiting more definitive information from ongoing research.

Learning Objectives:

After this lecture, attendees will be able to:

  1. Define potential neurological causes of mental, behavioral, and cognitive impairments related to COVID-19
  2. Explain psychological and psychiatric issues associated with COVID-19, in the acute and chronic phase, for patients and others
  3. Discuss the interaction among neurological/medical, psychiatric and pharmacological issues in the context of COVID-19

This activity will be broadcasted LIVE - the evaluation will be online until June 17, 2022. The link to attend the broadcast and to access the slides will be emailed to registrants.