In addition to the education program, the TMA will be hosting pre-conference workshops and courses to build an enhanced support network system and advance the clinical training and science to achieve better quality of life for individuals diagnosed with rare neuro-immune disorders and their families.
The International Myelitis Working Group Meeting will be held on October 23rd with invited scientists and clinicians to update diagnostic criteria and recommended diagnostic evaluation for non-traumatic myelopathy, with special emphasis on Myelitis (INVITED PARTICIPANTS). View Agenda
An advocacy workshop will be held on October 23rd with TMA support group leaders to expand the support group network and infrastructure globally.
A neuro-rehabilitation pre-course will be held on October 23rd in partnership with The International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at The Kennedy Krieger Institute to offer physical therapists and occupational therapists an opportunity to learn about neuro-rehabilitation in AFM, TM, NMOSD and ADEM. For more information on the ABRT pre-course click here.