DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER,
HOUSTON METHODIST AND
WEILL CORNELL MEDICAL COLLEGE PRESENT
Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery: The Battle at Pinehurst
OVERVIEW
The Battle at Pinehurst is a gloves-off educational program that will feature British parliamentary-style debating techniques to present key aspects of diseases involving the cerebrovascular system and skull base. The speakers and moderators have been instructed to leave the show-and-tell talks behind. Instead, the speakers will bring their debating skills and data to support their argument.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
•  Discuss the importance of multidisciplinary management of care for patients with cerebrovascular and skull base diseases
•  Describe ways to integrate new technologies and advances in surgical and endovascular techniques to optimally manage diseases involving the cerebrovascular and skull base
•  Describe patient selection, challenging patients, and match appropriate procedures to patients
•  Discuss controversial issues, emerging techniques, and future directions in cerebrovascular and skull base diseases

COURSE DIRECTOR
Gavin Britz, MD, Professor and Chair
Department of Neurosurgery
Houston Methodist Hospital

COURSE CO-DIRECTORS
Allan H. Friedman, MD
Guy L. Odom Professor of Neurological Surgery
Division of Neurosurgery
Deputy Director, The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center and Preuss Lab, Duke University Medical Center

Philip E. Stieg, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair
Department of Neurological Surgery
Weill Cornell Medical College
Neurosurgeon-in-Chief
New York Presbyterian Hospital
 
MAY 15–17, 2014
Pinehurst

Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina


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For more information about the course visit
Innovation.Surgery. Duke.edu/Courses.

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