Inspire. Educate. Rehabilitate. 

NeuroCon is an advanced-practitioner neurosurgery conference hosted by Goodman Campbell designed to:

  • Introduce you to various surgeries and procedures offered by our neurosurgeons, interventional neuroradiologists and interventional pain management team and APP staff.
  • Provide an opportunity to ask questions directly.
  • Create a partnership and integrate as a team to provide superior patient care and rehabilitation.

Course objectives

Upon completion of the course participants will be better able to:

  • identify and treat neurological conditions
  • share information with patients about their condition
  • evaluate the patient for more advanced neurological referral, if needed

A segment is dedicated to a patient guest speaker who offers insight into their perspective of the surgery and recovery process.

Following the last presentation each day, there will be a networking event designed to meet and mingle with attendees and speakers.

When & Where

Thursday, March 10th and Friday, March 11th

Marian University- Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences, Indianapolis, IN

Attend one or both days!

Two options for this year’s conference include: 
1. Attend via virtual Zoom. 
2. Attend in person at the Michael A. Evans Center at Marian University in Indianapolis, IN 

Conference Pricing

  • Standard pricing CE/CME credit
    • Virtual or live (begins September 1) $225 per day
  • Standard pricing pediatric CE/CME credit
    • Live only (begins September 1) $145
  • Non-CE/CME registration
    • $25 per day

Day 1Full day adult/inpatient track
Designed for clinicians seeking education focused on in-patient care of the acute neurosurgical patient. Topics are listed below:

Day 1Half day pediatric track

  • The Mechanisms and Management of Pediatric Head Trauma, Dr. Jodi Smith
  • The Mechanisms and Management of Pediatric Spine Trauma, Kimberly Minnick CPNP
  • Tethered Cord/Filum Section, Dr. Monica Wehby
  • Hydrocephalus, Sarah Steinke CPNP
  • Back Pain in the Pediatric Patient: Is it Neurosurgical?, Rebecca Burns CPNP

Day 2- Full day adult/outpatient track
Designed for clinicians desiring education regarding out-patient care, treatment and rehabilitation related to the neurosurgical patient. Topics will include:

All conference materials, check-in, Q & A and course evaluations will be provided through the Attendify app. It must be downloaded prior to the course and can be done here.

For the Virtual Experience, click here.

This educational activity will be submitted to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® for approval of up to 7 contact hours of accredited education per inpatient and outpatient days and 3.75 contact hours for the half day pediatric track.

This program is not yet approved for CME credit. Conference organizers plan to apply for up to 7 AAPA Category 1 CME credits from the AAPA Review Panel (per day). The total number of approved credits is yet to be determined

Conference Testimonials

“I, as well as many of my co-workers/peers, had the honor of attending Goodman Campbell’s 1st Annual Advanced Practitioner Symposium last year. It was a dynamic and intellectually energizing event. The world-class faculty/speakers, diverse backgrounds and topics were amazing. I was able to meet and network with speakers throughout and after the event. I strongly recommend this event to all advanced practitioners. I will definitely be attending this year’s event.”

– Andrew Greenshner, MPT

“The symposium was very insightful and educational in many aspects. It offered a wide variety of presentations, several of which were applicable to my treatment setting. The event was well organized and engaging. I even enjoyed the time between presentations to interact with physicians, vendors and other healthcare professionals attending the event. It was a great opportunity to learn evaluation techniques and treatment options available to patients. I will definitely attend next year!”

– Emily Wogtech, DPT 

“I found the symposium to be a great review of the SI joint provocation tests as some interesting new information of the use of nerve glides. I used them occasionally and likely not to their full potential, but since the symposium, I have been incorporating them more frequently and more effectively. The event was very well organized, and it was interesting and eye-opening to see SI joint dysfunction from the perspective of radiologists, surgeons and nurse practitioners.”

– Ben Hannan, DPT

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