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"Making Meaning, Telling Our Stories: Spiritual Care in the Practice of Neurology", Speaker: David K. Urion, MD
David K. Urion, M.D. is the Director of Education for the Department of Neurology at Boston Children's Hospital, and also serves as the residency training director for the largest child neurology training program in the country. He holds the Charles F. Barlow Chair in Neurology at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Urion has a large outpatient practice, focusing on behavioral neurology. He serves as an outpatient teaching supervisor and attends on the neurology inpatient and critical care services several months each year. He has been awarded the department's teacher of the year by the residents on three occasions. He is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, and a member of the faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Down Syndrome Program Allen C. Crocker Speaker Series Archive
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Autism Spectrum Center Event Archives
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Autism Spectrum Disorder in the new DSM 5: How big is the change?
April 9, 2014. Presented by the BCH Autism Spectrum Center. To view event information, click here.
“Individualized Education Programs (IEPs): Your basic rights.” March 5, 2014. Presented by the BCH Autism Spectrum Center. To view event information, click here. View a sample transition planning form, here.
“Sleep Disorders and Epilepsy in Children with ASD.” April 24,2013. Sarah Spence, MD, PhD (Department of Neurology) and Ronald Becker, MD (Division of Developmental Medicine). To view event information, click here.
“Anxiety In Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Therapeutic & Psychopharmacological Interventions.” February 27, 2013. Presented by Eugene D'Angelo, PhD (Division of Psychiatry), Kerim Munir, MD and Katherine Driscoll, PhD (Division of Developmental Medicine). The presentation slides are available here.
“Treatment of Toileting and Feeding Challenges for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.” December 5, 2012. Presented by Nancy Sullivan, PhD and Kimberly Dunn, RN/PNP (Division of Developmental Medicine). The presentation slides are available here.
"Aligning the Characteristics of Autism with the Features of Mobile Devices" October 10, 2012. Presented by Dr. Howard Shane, Director of the Center for Communication Enhancement. To view event information, click here.
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