Webinars (2021)

Jan 25, 2021



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Clinician Wellness iconClinician Wellness

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Clinician Wellness

Jan 25, 2021 5:00pm ‐ Jan 25, 2021 6:30pm

[Recorded Jan. 25, 2021]

Clinicians need better support during these challenging times in order to take better care of our patients.


Outline

This 90 minute webinar includes wellness strategies for:

  • Warning signs of Burnout and Solutions to address them
    • Modern stressors
    • Emotional exhaustion
    • Depersonalization
  • Self-care vs. Patient Care During COVID-19 and Beyond
  • How to support colleagues in stressful times; 2nd Victim Effect
  • Responding to Adversity

Resources

If you or somebody you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide or self harm, please:

  • Call: 888-409-0141 [Physician Support Line | 7 days a week, 8:00am-1:00am ET | Psychiatrists helping US physician colleagues and medical students]
  • Call: 800-273-8255 (TALK) [National Suicide Prevention Hotline]
  • Text: 741741 [ American Foundation for Suicide Prevention]

You are not alone.


Presented by the California Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (CalSIPP)

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Includes promotional content from Valet Health, Medtronic, and Edwards Lifesciences.


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Interventional Headache Management

Feb 4, 2021 5:30pm ‐ Feb 4, 2021 6:30pm

How does your interventional management of headaches compare to the experts?


Join Drs. Eric Grigsby and Samer Narouze for a discussion on interventional treatment strategies in headache management.

Including

1- Cranial parasympathetic innervation and autonomic headache disorders
2- Cervicogenic headaches and new targets
3- Advances in cranial and peripheral neuromodulation
4- New pharmacological classes for headache management

This webinar is co-presented by Neurovations Education and the American Interventional Headache Society (AIHS).

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How to Get Involved in Clinical Research

Feb 18, 2021 5:30pm ‐ Feb 18, 2021 6:30pm

How to Get Involved in Clinical Research


Recorded Feb. 18 @5:30pm Pacific

Clinicians, especially those in private practice, regularly ask how to break into clinical research.
Join two mentor researchers, Drs. Eric J. Grigsby and Leonardo "Leo" Kapural for an overview of the clinical trial process.

Including
:
- Why get involved in research?
- Office infrastructure and personnel needs?
- Sponsors: Who pays for research?
- Why would a company, government, or Institution choose your site?


This nonaccredited educational webinar is provided for information only.


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Data-driven Insights to Grow Your Practice

May 27, 2021 5:30pm ‐ May 27, 2021 6:30pm

Recorded May 27 @5:30pm Pacific


Overview

COVID-19 has changed the way we practice medicine, and the way the public seeks health information and healthcare providers. Patients are only a few keystrokes away from numerous reviews – some true and some that are not so true.

This webinar will outline specific steps that you can take to grow and monitor the success of your practice.

Join Dr. Eric Grigsby and Matty Crescenzo for a deep dive into practice management which will focus on reputation management, analytics, and visibility.


This nonaccredited educational webinar is provided for information only.


Sponsoring the HealthRoots Foundation for Global Health

Use promo code healthroots21 when signing up for Valet Health services and a percentage of will help fund the HealthRoots Foundation for Global Health. https://connect.valethealth.com/neurovations



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An Intrathecal CRISPR Strategy for Chronic Pain

Aug 5, 2021 5:30pm ‐ Aug 5, 2021 6:30pm

Long-lasting Analgesia via Targeted In Situ Repression of NaV1.7


Recorded Aug. 5, 2021 @5:30pm Pacific




Overview

Genetic studies have identified in humans key targets pivotal to nociceptive processing. In particular, a hereditary loss-of-function mutation in NaV1.7, a sodium channel protein associated with signaling in nociceptive sensory afferents, leads to insensitivity to pain without other neurodevelopmental alterations.

We investigated targeted epigenetic repression of NaV1.7 in primary afferents via epigenome engineering approaches based on clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)–dCas9 and zinc finger proteins at the spinal level as a potential treatment for chronic pain.



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Practicing With Purpose iconPracticing With Purpose

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Practicing With Purpose

Aug 19, 2021 5:30pm ‐ Aug 19, 2021 6:30pm

Practicing With Purpose: 

Overcoming Challenges and Keeping Patients the Priority



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Mechanisms of Closed-loop SCS iconMechanisms of Closed-loop SCS

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Mechanisms of Closed-loop SCS

Oct 21, 2021 5:30pm ‐ Oct 21, 2021 6:30pm

Mechanisms of Closed-loop SCS: 

5 Years of Patient Data


Overview

Join Drs. Eric J. Grigsby, John Parker, and Lawrence Poree for a conversation on closed-loop spinal cord stimulation (SCS). 

  • What are evoked compound action potentials (ECAPs)? 
  • How are they used to create a closed-loop neuromodulation system? 
  • What can continuous monitoring the neural responses tell us about the presence and influence of pharmacological agents? 

This nonaccredited educational webinar is provided for information only.


Additional Resources

  • Brooker, C., Russo, M., Cousins, M. J., Taylor, N., Holford, L., Martin, R., ... & Parker, J. (2021). ECAP‐Controlled Closed‐Loop Spinal Cord Stimulation Efficacy and Opioid Reduction Over 24‐Months: Final Results of the Prospective, Multicenter, Open‐Label Avalon Study. Pain Practice.
  • Heijmans, L., & Joosten, E. A. (2020). Mechanisms and mode of action of spinal cord stimulation in chronic neuropathic pain. Postgraduate medicine, 132(sup3), 17-21.
  • Parker, J., Karantonis, D., & Single, P. (2020). Hypothesis for the mechanism of action of ECAP-controlled closed-loop systems for spinal cord stimulation. Healthcare Technology Letters, 7(3), 76-80.

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