Treatment of Movement Disorder Emergencies in Autoimmune Encephalitis in the Neurosciences ICU
By Farwa Ali, Eelco F. Wijdicks
As featured in Neurocritical Care Journal

Immune response against neuronal and glial cell surface and cytosolic antigens is an important cause of encephalitis. Herein, the authors discuss the immune-mediated encephalitis most likely to cause critical illness, clinical features and mechanisms of movement disorders and propose a management algorithm.
Share Your Stories of Hope
By Currents Editor 
As featured in Currents
The Currents Editorial Board is seeking Stories of Hope submissions for 2020 ...
Mentorship in Neurocritical Care: Trainee Section Events Are the Tip of the Iceberg
By Pouya Alexander Ameli, MD, MS, and Naomi Niznick, MD
As featured in Currents

During the Trainee Section’s Specialty Corner at the NCS Annual Meeting, a multidisciplinary panel gave advice on how to become effectively incorporated into an ICU team ...
Inaugural Essentials of Neurocritical Care Workshop at the NCS 17th Annual Meeting
By Roy Poblete, MD, David Seder, MD, Gene Sung, MD
As featured in Currents

Essentials of Neurocritical Care had its inaugural workshop at the 17th Annual Meeting in October 2019 ...
NCS Releases Version 4.0 of Emergency Neurological Life Support Training
By Currents Editor
As featured in Currents
Updates to Emergency Neurological Life Support® (ENLS) training reflect the most up-to-date, best practice for treating patients with acute neurological disorders ...