UCLA CART 4th Annual Autism Symposium
LIMITED SEATING - REGISTER TODAY - Friday, February 3, 2012 at UCLA NRB Auditorium
UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment (CART) 4th Annual Autism Research Symposium
"Autism 2012 - Autism Spectrum Disorders: Research Update and Evidence-Based Treatment Models"
This full-day continuing education symposium is for physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, other health professionals, teachers, autism service providers, and any others interested in learning of the latest breakthroughs in research and treatment in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Nationally-renowned CART faculty will provide an overview of the latest scientific findings about etiological factors, core deficits, biomarkers, early screening and diagnosis, and innovative treatment models for infants to young adults with ASD. The complex role of genetics, and the use of brain imaging, electrophysiology and eye-tracking as state-of-the-art methods for understanding and developing treatments for ASD also will be presented. In addition, a conceptual framework, highlighted by various case scenarios and consideration of community resources, will be presented on how to make a thorough assessment and individual treatment plan.
TO REGISTER, please call 310-794-2620 or go to www.cme.ucla.edu/courses  and click on "Autism 2012". Program brochure with enrollment form is attached below (More Information).
This symposium has been approved for up to 6.5 hours of Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit. Physicians, Psychologists and RNs can receive CME hours for their continuing education credit. Other practitioners should check with their licensing boards to confirm if CME credit is accepted. Teachers, other service providers, and other attendees will receive up to 6.5 professional development hours (as a letter certifying attendance).