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Neurol Clin Pract. 2014 Jun;4(3):247-255.

State neurologic societies and the AAN: Strengthening neurology for the future.

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Department of Neurology (PN), Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; Center for Health Policy (DS, BL, MS), American Academy of Neurology, Minneapolis, MN; Southern New England Neurology (ECJ), Bristol, RI; UPP Department of Neurology-Shadyside (NAB), Pittsburgh, PA; Rush University Medical Center (CLC), Chicago, IL; University of Utah (SMP), Salt Lake City; Geisinger Medical Center (JPH), Danville, PA; and Department of Neurology (RCG), University of Rochester, NY.

Abstract

This report considers the recommendations of the State Society Task Force (SSTF), which evaluated how the relationship between the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and neurologic societies of individual states can foster the care of patients with neurologic diseases. The task force also evaluated the role of state neurosociety and state medical society interactions in supporting the profession of neurology. The SSTF recommended that the AAN expand current support services to state neurosocieties and foster additional neurosociety development. Specific services to be considered by the AAN include online combined AAN/state neurosociety dues payment and enhanced Web support. The role of the AAN as a liaison between state neurosocieties and state medical societies is important to facilitate state level advocacy for neurology.

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