The 82nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) is underway in San Francisco this week. Two of our neurosurgeons, Dr. Neil Feldstein and Dr. Richard Anderson, have begun the series of talks that will be given by members of the Columbia team during the conference.
From our Pediatric Neurosurgery Center, Dr. Feldstein and Dr. Anderson co-directed a half-day course titled Incorporation of Electronic Technology to Improve Clinical Practice: Current Uses and Future Directions.
The surgeons used a screen cast to demonstrate a variety of technologies used in current practice. Columbia neurosurgical resident Christopher P. Kellner, MD took part via live-streaming from New York City.
Now in its third year, this course was conceived by Dr. Feldstein to share how computer desktop technologies and software can support the work of individual neurosurgeons and improve their practice. The program is attended by an ever larger audience each year.
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