General Information

Get more information about your Annual Meeting experience in Boston. We have also compiled resources to help you get there from other countries. 

CME Tracking & Evaluation Center

Complete all of your Annual Meeting evaluations, your credits for each session, and print your CME Certificate or Certificate of Attendance.

Certificates can be printed directly from the online credit system once you have entered the hours you are claiming. Physicians should only claim credit for the educational activities at the Annual Meeting in which they participated.

The evaluation process is a key component in our ongoing pursuit of excellence in neurosurgical education. Your feedback plays a critical part in programming at future annual meetings.

Traveling to Boston

Find out more about Boston, Massachusetts, the location of the 2014 Annual Meeting, including:

Visa Information

We have information to help your application process to visit to the United States. Resources include:

  • Applying early
  • Requesting an International Invitation Letter
  • Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)
  • Additional information from the U.S. Government

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Meeting Location

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
415 Summer Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02210

Official Language

The official language of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting is English. All abstracts and presentations will be in English and we do not offer simultaneous translation. However, we welcome you to contact us to arrange to bring your own translator.