Resources for Clinicians

If you are new to PANS, understanding how to recognize, diagnose and treat these disorders can be overwhelming since their presentation seems to cross multiple subspecialties. A number of resources exist to help clinicians learn how to recognize PANS symptoms, how to do a workup to inform a possible diagnosis, and to create a treatment plan.

Nurses & PANS PANDAS
May 4, 2020
Nurses & PANS PANDAS

Nurses’ Role in PANS/PANDAS What role do nurses play in helping families with PANS/PANDAS? Nurses are an integral part of the team. Nurses are often the first point of contact during an office...

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PANDAS Physicians Network (PPN)
July 11, 2019
PANDAS Physicians Network (PPN)

PPN maintains industry standard guidelines for diagnostics and therapeutics, fosters continuous education and communication with the multidisciplinary medical community and sponsors research for...

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Stanford PANS Clinic
July 11, 2019
Stanford PANS Clinic

The Stanford PANS Clinic was established in 2012 to build a comprehensive program with the goal of orchestrating groundbreaking research while providing tailored care for patients and families....

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