Waking up to Epilepsy 2016
|An Exeter Medical School conference|
|Date||20 April 2016|
|Time||9:00 to 17:00|
|Place||Medical School lecture theatre, RILD Building|
Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Wonford, Exeter
Keynote speakers: Professor Mark Richardson, Paul Getty III Chair of Epilepsy, King’s College, London and Professor John Terry, Professor of Biomedical Modelling, University of Exeter
Learn about the nature of epilepsy in adults and children, the disorders with which it can be confused, its investigation and treatment, its implications for mood and cognition, and the experience of patients during our one day conference organised by Professor Adam Zeman and Dr Tim Malone.
Suitable for GPs, consultants, SAS doctors and doctors in training, psychologists, nurses and midwives, allied health professionals, scientists, students, interested patients and members of the public.
CPD points applied for through the Royal College of Physicians. Follow this link to watch Adam Zeman discussing the conference.
What is epilepsy?
What is syncope?
What is NEAD?
EEG in epilepsy
Brain imaging in epilepsy
The patient perspective
Role of the Epilepsy Specialist Nurse
Epilepsy in children
Drugs for epilepsy
Neuropsychiatry of epilepsy
GPs and consultants £120, SAS doctors and trainee doctors £90, non medics (nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, psychologists, scientists, as examples) £70, patients and members of the public £50, students £40.
10% early bird discount if delegates book before 19 February 2016
|Provider||Exeter Medical School|
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