Consensus Curriculum for Fellowship Training in Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology. Neurology. Clinical practice Hua, L. H., Obeidat, A. Z., Amezcua, L., Cohen, J. A., Costello, K., Dunn, J., Gelfand, J. M., Goldman, M. D., Hopkins, S., Jeffery, D., Krieger, S., Newsome, S. D., Shah, S., Sicotte, N. L., Yadav, V., Longbrake, E. E. 2021; 11 (4): 352-357


Management of multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunologic disorders has become increasingly complex because of the expanding number of recognized neuroimmune disorders, increased number of therapeutic options, and multidisciplinary care management needs of people with multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunologic disorders. More subspecialists are needed to optimize care of these patients, and many fellowship programs have been created or expanded to increase the subspecialty workforce. Consequently, defining the scope and standardizing fellowship training is essential to ensure that trainees receive high-quality training. A workgroup was created to develop a consensus fellowship curriculum to serve as a resource for all current and future training programs. This curriculum may also serve as a basis for future accreditation efforts.

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