Ned Patterson, D.V.M., Ph.D., Dip. A.C.V.I.M (S.A.I.M.), Associate Professor of MedicineManaging Epilepsy: A Fresh Look at New and Not-so-New MedicationsObjectives: 1. Explain the pros and cons of when to use the 5 most commonly used AEDs in companion animals 2. Discuss when to consider using 3 newer AEDs 3. Develop a plan for using more than one AED when needed.
2.0 CE per session. All sessions begin at 7:00 pm (Central) and end at 8:30 pm (Central).
Onsite registration option: Join us in person beginning at 6:30 pm with a complimentary light dinner. All lectures are held in 215 Pomeroy, St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota
Simulcast registration option: Join us online from anywhere! All online lectures begin at 7:00 pm Central and end at 8:30 pm Central. Register for the “simulcast” option for any or all lectures, and on the day of the lecture you will receive a secure internet location for attendance. What will you experience: your computer screen will be dominated with a direct-feed PowerPoint for clarity of viewing, plus the voice of the live speaker as the slides automatically advance. A small video window on the side of your screen will show the speaker. The live Q&A session will be simulcast also and you will be able to send questions from your screen options as you wish. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to recent server upgrades it will be necessary for you to have Silverlight 5 installed on your computer in order to view the simulcast. PLEASE NOTE: Simulcast is not compatible with use on an iPad.
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