Diagnostic Pathways for Alzheimer’s Disease: Optimizing Multidisciplinary Practices
Simulated Case Challenge to Improve AD Diagnosis
- Identify the symptoms of Alzheimer disease to differentiate it from other neurodegenerative disorders and normal aging to gain confidence in making a diagnosis
- Employ and interpret appropriate cognitive, biomarker, and imaging tests in clinical practice to improve diagnosis of Alzheimer disease
- Describe the benefits of earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer disease for patients and caregivers
Chief, Cognitive & Behavioral Neurology and Associate Chief of Staff for Education
VA Boston Healthcare System
Associate Director & Education Core Leader
Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Center
Professor of Neurology
Boston University School of Medicine
Lecturer in Neurology
Harvard Medical School
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