RMEI offers neuroscience CME opportunities for neurology clinicians to keep up-to-date on topics in their field, such as management of insomnia and multiple sclerosis. Choose from the menu to see available neurology conference meetings, as well as CME online activities.

An Immersive Virtual Patient Simulation

Interact with virtual patients and physicians to learn practical, data-driven strategies that will help you diagnose and treat multiple sclerosis(MS).


Clinical Convergence®: Child and Adolescent Bipolar Depression

In this educational activity, which is based on a symposium held during the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 17th Annual Clinical Psychopharmacology Institute meeting, you will hear from a live adolescent patient with bipolar disorder and her caregiver, as well as 2 faculty experts. You will have an opportunity to learn more about the diagnosis and treatment for pediatric and adolescent bipolar disorder through challenging clinical case presentations, clinical questions, and a panel discussion highlighting the personal impact of bipolar disorder.


Clinical Exchanges®: Detangling Difficult Conversations About Multiple Sclerosis

This conversation-centered activity with educational pearls takes learners through a clinical exchange between patients with multiple sclerosis and their providers.

Clinical Reflections®: Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis and Management Strategies

Discover scenarios of patients with multiple sclerosis followed by assessment and management questions that explore how the patients can be managed optimally.


Diagnosing and Managing Multiple Sclerosis: A Personalized Approach

With rapidly changing guidelines and treatment indications, it can be difficult discerning when to start a disease-modifying therapy in the early spectrum of multiple sclerosis (MS), such as clinically and radiologically isolated syndrome; how to discuss MS management in women of childbearing age; or how to use the new guidelines to confirm an MS diagnosis. In this supplement, these topics will be addressed along with recognizing treatment failure, knowing when to switch therapies, and how to incorporate patient preference in treatment-related decisions.

Managing Sleep Maintenance Insomnia in Older Adults

This activity provides evidence-based insights, with an emphasis on current gaps in sleep maintenance insomnia. You will learn about the current challenges associated with managing sleep maintenance insomnia and how to utilize currently available and emerging treatments for management, especially in your older and elderly patients.


Safely and Effectively Managing Sleep Maintenance Insomnia in Older Adults

In this activity, you will learn about the impact and management of sleep maintenance insomnia, including current approaches as well as novel and emerging treatments.