Accredited Education

AES 2023 boasts five days of top-notch, live educational content, offering up to 38.75 CME credits plus approximately 68 hours of recorded sessions available to registrants after the meeting—offering up to an additional 56 CME credits!

The following AES 2023 sessions offer credit.

Details subject to change. This list is current as of July 1, 2023.


 SESSIONIn-person CMEDigital CMELive Non-CMEDigital Non-CMEIn-person   Nursing Contact HoursDigital  Nursing Contact HoursIn-person Pharmacy Contact HoursDigital  Pharmacy Contact Hours
Professional Development | Career Skills: Career Strategic Planning - How to Map Out Your Career  1.25     
Epilepsy Specialist Symposium | The Frontal Lobe: Bermuda's Triangle3.003.00  3.003.00  
AES-CNF Symposium | Dilemmas in Genetic Testing: Ending the Diagnostic Odyssey in Epilepsy3.003.00
ILAE North American Commission Symposium | Bridging Epilepsy Care Disparities2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Professional Development | Career Pathways: Clinical Care Emphasis Panel  1.25     
Professional Development | Career Pathways: Interprofessional Panel  1.25     
Professional Development | Career Pathways: Research Emphasis Panel  1.25     
Professional Development | Career Skills: Finding the Right Job and Tips for the Interview Process  1.25     
Advanced Practice Provider Symposium | My Chemical Romance: Regulatory Systems Affecting Quality of Life in People with Epilepsy2.502.50  2.502.50  
Annual Fundamentals Symposium | Antiseizure Medications: A through Z2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Special Lecture | Epilepsy Fellowship Program Directors Meeting2.00       
Spanish Symposium | Epilepsy Surgery in Resource-limited Settings2.50   2.50 
Professional Development | Career Pathways: Non-Academic/Alternative Careers  1.25     
SIG | Dietary Therapies for Epilepsy: Looking to the Future: Enhancements and Personalization  1.50     
SIG | Ictal Semiology: Localization of Seizure Onset and Propagation Networks1.501.50  1.501.50  
SIG | Neonatal Seizures: Seizures in Neonates: Advances in Identification and Management1.50   1.50   
SIG | Neuroendocrinology: The Influence of Sex Hormones on Nuronal Excitability from Mice to Humans1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Temporal Lobe Club: Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Across the Lifespan1.501.50  1.501.50  
Special Lecture | 21st Judith Hoyer Lecture in Epilepsy: Cognitive Comorbidities in Epilepsy – Mechanisms and Potential Therapies        
Basic Science Skills Workshop | Behavioral Analysis and Co-morbidities  1.50     
Basic Science Skills Workshop | Metabolism  1.50     
SIG | Pregnancy Registries: Updates, Outcomes, and Future Directions1.50   1.50   
SIG | Seizure and Cerebrovascular Disease: Seizure After Stroke: Impact of Anti-Seizure Medication Prophylaxis & Treatment1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Sleep in Epilepsy: Broken Sleep in Epileptic Encephalopathy: Challenges for Patients and Caregivers1.50   1.50   
SIG | Stereoelectroencephalography (sEEG): The SEEG Methodology Applied to Pre-Frontal Epilepsies1.501.50  1.501.50

SIG | Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC): Epilepsy Surgery for Everyone? with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex1.50   1.50   
Professional Development | Career Skills: Early Career Grants - Insights Into Study Section and Next Steps  1.50     
SIG | EEG: Should Epileptiform Spikes Be Treated in Patients Without Seizures?  1.50     
SIG | Pediatric Epilepsy Case Discussions: Difficult Discussions in the Pediatric Epilepsy Clinic1.50   1.50   
SIG | Professional Wellness in Epilepsy Care: Of Hearth and Home: Professional Wellness After Hours  1.50     
SIG | Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES): Cognitive Impairment in PNES: From Mechanisms to Therapeutic Approaches1.501.50  1.501.50  
SIG | SUDEP: Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) from the Top Down1.50       
Skills Workshop | Epilepsy Surgery Workshop: Techniques and Clinical Scenarios        
Presidential Symposium | At the Cutting Edge: Epilepsy Therapies in 2023 and Beyond2.752.75  2.752.752.752.75
Hot Topics Symposium | Health Equity in Vulnerable Populations2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Scientific Symposium | New Insights on Epileptogenesis and Therapeutic Discovery from Encephalitis-induced Epilepsy Models2.502.50  2.502.50  
Platform A | TBD  2.25     
Platform B | TBD  2.25     
Platform C | TBD  2.25     
IW | How Targeting Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis Can Reduce Seizures  1.50     
IW | Mapping Brain Networks in Epilepsy: To Stimulation Targets and Back Again  1.50     
IW | Precision Medicine in Focal Epilepsies: from Novel Pathways to New Therapies  1.50     
IW | When Epilepsy Treatments Fail: Palliative and Rehabilitative Approaches  1.50     
SIG | Critical Care: Advances in EEG and Multimodal Neuro-monitoring for Seizures in the ICU1.501.50  1.501.50  
SIG | Epilepsy Surgery: Homunculus Revisited: Managing Central Lobe Epilepsies  1.50     
SIG | Practice Management: Optimizing Your Practice: Getting the Time and Resources You Deserve  1.5     
SIG | Women's Issues in Epilepsy: Controversies in Caring for Women with Epilepsy1.501.50  1.501.501.501.50
Special Lecture | Epilepsy Research Benchmarks Dialogue: Emerging Science and Next Steps in Research to Prevent Epilepsy and Its Progression  2.50     
Annual Course | It's About Time: Timing in Epilepsy Evaluation and Treatment6.006.00
IW | Artificial Intelligence in Epilepsy: Real-world Clinical Applications  1.50     
IW | Epilepsy and the Aging Brain  1.50     
IW | Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Developmental Epilepsies and Comorbidities  1.501.50    
IW | Recent Advances and Future Directions in NORSE/FIRES Research  1.50     
Neurosurgery Symposium | Surgical Controversies in Temporal Lobe Epilepsies2.502.50  2.502.50

IW | Adult Genetic Epilepsy Patients Management  1.50     
IW | Challenges and Opportunities Harmonizing Experimental and Clinical TBI Data  1.50     
IW | Loss of Consciousness During Seizures: Mechanisms and Avenues for Interventions  1.501.50    
IW | Value of a Shared Framework for Copy Number Variants and Structural Variants Neuropeptides in Epilepsy  1.50     
IW | Addressing Social Determinants of Health to Promote Equitable Epilepsy Care  1.50     
IW | Leveraging Thalamocortical Interactions to Improve Patient Treatment  1.501.50    
IW | Protein Trafficking and Proteostasis Regulators in Genetic Epilepsy  1.50     
IW | Seizures in Alzheimer's Disease Can Reveal New Opportunities for Epilepsy  1.50     
Best Practices in Clinical Epilepsy Symposium | Inclusive Care in Epilepsy: Is a Single Provider Doing All Roles?2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
IW | Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Surgery: Molecular Diagnosis and Therapies  1.50     
IW | Recent Advances Gene Therapies for the Epilepsies: A Preclinical Perspective  1.50     
IW | Source Imaging Along Time and Space: Technical Challenges and Clinical Yields  1.50     
IW | Translational Studies in Molecularly Based Therapies for Genetic Epilepsies  1.50     
Special Lecture | The Multi-disciplinary Patient-Centered Team in Treating People with Epilepsy2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
SIG | Epidemiology: Epidemiology in Action: How our Findings Change Epilepsy Clinical Practice  1.50     
SIG | Global Health: The Global Approach to Tele-care Delivery: Bridging the Epilepsy Gap1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Health Disparities: Creating a Roadmap for Action  1.50     
SIG | Neuroimaging: Clinical and Mechanistic Neuroimaging Assessment of Drug-Resistant Epilepsies  1.50     
SIG | Psychosocial Comorbidities: Strengthening Multisector Engagement to Address Social Challenges in Epilepsy1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Quality and Safety: Optimizing Interventions for Status: Bridging Gaps between Protocol and Practice1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Clinical Epilepsy for the Advanced Practice Provider: Integrating Advanced Practice Providers in Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation1.50   1.50   
SIG | Data Science in Epilepsy: TinyML: Platforms and Embedded Systems for Portable Data Science in Epilepsy  1.50     
SIG | Developmental and Epileptic Encephalopathies (DEE): Opportunities and Discoveries from Bench to Bedside1.501.50  1.501.501.501.50
SIG | Epilepsy and Aging: Unique Aspects of Epilepsy in Aging1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Neuropsychology: Mapping Cognition in Epilepsy: From the Lab to the Clinic1.50   1.50   
Epilepsy Therapies Symposium | Do We Really "Outgrow" Seizures?2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Special Lecture | AES-NAEC Joint Coding Session: Coding and Reimbursement Policies of Interest to Epileptologists and Epilepsy Centers1.50       
Special Lecture | ILAE-IBE Actioning the Action Plan: Interactive discussion on driving forward the 2022-2031 Intersectoral Global Action Plan on Epilepsy and Other Neurological Disorders (IGAP)  1.50     
Translational Research Symposium | Data Sharing for Improving and Accelerating Translational Outcomes  2.502.50    
Special Lecture | Lombroso Lecture: The Path to Personalized Treatments for Epilepsies – Translation, Biomarkers, and the Role of the Community  1.501.50    
Pediatric Epilepsy Highlights  2.25     
Platform D | TBD  2.25     
Platform E | TBD  2.25     
Platform F | TBD  2.25     
Special Lecture | Clinical Practice Guidelines: Why, What, How2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Special Lecture | Dialogues to Transform Epilepsy: Cutting-edge Advances in Neuroscience to Improve Epilepsy Treatment  2.002.00    
SIG | Basic Mechanisms and Neuroscience of Epilepsy: Human iPSCs-based Neuron and Brain Organoid Models to Dissect Genetic Epilepsy  1.50     
SIG | Children's Hour: Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery: ’Go Big or Go Home’ vs. Staged Approaches1.50       
SIG | Cognitive and Behavioral Treatment for Epilepsy: Anxiety in Epilepsy: Evidence-Based Practice for the Epilepsy Clinic1.50   1.50   
SIG | Neuropharmacology: Medication Misadventures: Management of Anti-seizure Medication Adverse Effects
   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Status Epilepticus: Controversies in Status Epilepticus: Treat Aggressively or Not?  1.50     
SIG | Engineering and Neurostimulation: Advances in the Surgical Treatment of Children with Refractory Epilepsy  1.50     
SIG | Epilepsy Education: Epilepsy Education Throughout the Training Pipeline  1.50     
SIG | Genetics: Clinical Genetics in 2024: What You Need to Know!  1.51.5    
SIG | Seizures in Autoimmune Encephalitis: Expanding the Clinical Spectrum and Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment1.50   1.50 1.50 
SIG | Tumor-Related Epilepsy (TRE): Invasive Monitoring in Tumor Related Epilepsy: Why, When, and How1.50   1.50   
Merritt-Putnam Symposium | Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals and Breakthrough Applications in Epilepsy2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Pediatric State of the Art Symposium | Neonatal Seizures in 2023: New Evidence We've Been Waiting For2.502.50  2.502.502.502.50
Clinical Skills Workshop | Genetics  1.50     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Intracranial Electrode Studies  1.50     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Misadventures in EEG  2.00     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Neuroimaging  2.00     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Neurostimulation in Epilepsy  1.50     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Pearls of Video EEG  2.00     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Genetics  1.50     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Intracranial Electrode Studies  1.50     
Clinical Skills Workshop | Neurostimulation in Epilepsy  1.50