Webinar – New Year, Still Me: Turning Simple and Realistic Resolutions into Habits

January 19, 2023 – 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Picture of Dr. Augusto MiravalleThe start of a new year could be the perfect time for reflection and making some resolutions. Join Dr. Augusto Miravalle to learn more about New Year’s resolutions that can make your life easier, healthier, and happier. This webinar will touch on strategies to help people living with MS turn resolutions into healthy habits and routines.

Augusto Miravalle, MD, FAAN
Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology
Director, Advanced Science Course, Neuroscience, Fort Collins Branch
Co-Director, Medical Education, Alpine Trail
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine
Co-Founder, The Brain Health Center of the Rockies

Dr. Miravalle is an Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at the University of Colorado. He provides care to patients at Advanced Neurology of Colorado. Dr. Miravalle is a board-certified neurologist who sub-specializes in Multiple Sclerosis. He received his Medical Degree from the University of La Plata, Argentina. He completed his Neurology Residency training at Loyola University, Chicago where he served as Chief Resident of Education. He subsequently completed a Neuroimmunology Fellowship at Harvard University in Boston and a Fellowship in Medical Education at the University of Rochester, New York. Dr. Miravalle is the recipient of the 2012 American Neurological Association Medical Education Fellowship Award, 2015 American Academy of Neurology Research in Education Award, and 2015 American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Faculty Education Innovation Award.

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This program is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as individual medical advice. The content discussed in this program will not be comparing any specific therapies and will not be covering specific treatment products. You should not use the information presented as a means of diagnosis or for determining treatment. For diagnosis and treatment options, you are urged to consult your physician.