Plan to join us for the 45th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Neuroradiological Society!
October 21-23, 2021
Speakers who are unable to attend the conference in person have been given the choice to present remotely. We will also be using the Whova platform to view the conference synchronously for meeting registrants who are unable to attend in person.
On behalf of the SENRS, I am very pleased to once again extend an invitation to this years’ meeting. It is with a renewed sense of purpose and hope that we look forward to enjoying the fellowship that we have missed so much. The Henderson in Destin Florida on October 21–23 promises to be a perfect backdrop for our return to in person CME and celebrations.
The Henderson is located in Destin, Florida on one of America’s highest-rated beaches with white powdery sand and emerald-green water. The resort hotel features sweeping views of the Gulf of Mexico and pristine dunes, as well as a thoughtful and respectful design. More information regarding rooms rates and amenities are included in the brochure.
This years’ education program will cover a wide variety of new and interesting Neuroradiology topics while reviewing others including advanced brain, spine, skull base, intervention and pediatrics as well as peripheral topics that influence Neuroradiology diagnosis and practice. We will offer a total of 14.25 hours of CME and 7.5 hours of SAM credits at this years’ meeting.
Our Keynote speaker, Dr. Richard Wiggins will entertain and educate us on the errors and misadventures in Neuroradiology practice. He is the past president of both the ASHNR and WNRS. He has a passion for informatics and the potential benefits of AI on medicine and our specialty in particular. His educational background is rooted in the south but has now practiced in Salt Lake City for many years, currently as the Associate Dean of CME there.
The “Stump the SENR Stars” will be back this year with 2 years’ worth of material. Teams of the best Neuroradiology minds and many clown will compete for the crown of “Caput Astrum” in an always informative and jovial display of wits, which continues to best one of the favorite sessions at the meeting.
We are planning a dinner for the group on Thursday evening and a reception and dinner on Friday evening that are included in your registration fee. So, please come to Florida and join us for most definitely be a celebrated return to in person meeting with colleagues sure to provide wonderful fellowship while enjoying a stimulating educational program that will help fulfill the drab requirements of CME, SAMs and MOC. Take this opportunity to get this all done while giving yourself and your family a welcome break at an incredible beach front resort on the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida.
Joseph C. Sullivan, III MD
Vice President/Program Chair
• $425 SENRS Member
• $675 Non-Member
• $275 Spouse/Trainee
Registration fees include meeting materials, breakfasts and breaks, dinner on Thursday and reception and dinner on Friday. RSVPs will be required at time of meeting registration.
The Henderson is located in Destin, Florida on one of America’s highest-rated beaches with white powdery sand and emerald-green water. The resort hotel features sweeping views of the Gulf of Mexico and pristine dunes, as well as a thoughtful and respectful design.
The Henderson offers luxurious accommodations. The beautiful guest rooms and suites will include stylish furnishings, yet remain authentic to the local, cultural surroundings. The Salamander Spa draws upon the inspirational beachfront venue with treatments that incorporate the natural surroundings.
Destin and the surrounding area is full of adventure and fun. In addition to world-class fishing, it offers uncrowded, sugar-white beaches, spectacular open-air shopping, fresh local seafood restaurants and championship golf courses. The harbor is only a five-minute drive from the Resort, which offers numerous water activities and shopping.
The Henderson is approximately 30 minutes from the Destin/Fort Walton Beach airport – 1 hour and 5 minutes from the Panama City airport and 1 hour and 20 minutes from the Pensacola airport. Please note that the hotel does not provide airport shuttle service to any of the airports. Private transportation can be arranged from a number of companies listed on the airports’ websites. Lyft and Uber are also readily available.
Rooms are being held for the meeting from Wednesday, October 20 through Saturday, October 23 at a group rate of $289 per night single/double. Reservations should be made by September 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm.
Reservations should be made directly with the Resort’s reservation office by calling 1.855.741.2777. Reservations can also be made online at: https://hendersonbeachresort.com/#/booking/step-1?group=1012QH
In support of improving patient care, the Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education & Professional Development is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the Accreditation
Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide continuing education for the health care team.
Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.