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Explain the Golden Age of Neurology (late 18th-early 19th century: Broca, Charcot, Freud, Goldstein, Babinski, etc.)
Demonstrate clinical utility of mirror visual feedback in treating various chronic neurological conditions including phantom pain, neglect, hemiparesis, and RSD/CRPS
Illustrate the dominant role played by vision in both health and disease
Demonstrate that the value of a scientific discovery is often inversely related to the sophistication of data acquisition and analysis
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How much did you learn as a result of this CE program?
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The content related to the objectives.
The course provided practical suggestions I can apply to my practice.
The faculty was knowledgeable and articulate.
The methods and format were appropriate and effective.
As a result of this program, I plan to make changes to my practice.
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How useful was the content of this CE program for your practice or other professional development?
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Financial relationships were disclosed by speakers.
Any off-label or investigational uses were disclosed.
The education content was scientifically sound.
The program was free from commericial bias.