The rapid pace of medical research, changes in treatment options, and lack of time makes caring for people with epilepsy more challenging every day. As allied health professionals, we educate patients and families in many different settings and at different points in their life. We strive to help patients and their families make knowledgeable decisions about their care and take an active role in the management of their condition. In this role as educator it is important for us to stay on top of advances in the treatment of patients with epilepsy.
We invite you to participate in the TeleConsults in Epilepsy program. This series of free one-hour audio programs provides up-to-date information on issues in epilepsy. The following programs were originally broadcast as live presentations. The Q&A has been captured in these recorded versions. Please note that nursing CEUs were only offered for the original live broadcast of these programs. These archived programs do not carry CEUs.
By Andres M. Kanner, M.D. and Marlis Frey, M.S.N, RN, CNP
By David W. Dunn, M.D. and Sarah Hunt, M.S., CRNP
By Robert T. Fraser, Ph.D, CRC and David C. Clemmons, Ph.D.
By Paul R. Hutson, Pharm.D.
By Irene Elliott, RN, M.HSc., ACNP and May Lou Smith, Ph.D.
By W. Curt LaFrance, M.D. and Karen R. Richardson, B.S.N., CNRN
By Edward Moss, Ph.D.
By Joseph I. Sirven, M.D.
By Shlomo Shinnar, M.D., Ph.D. and Christine O'Dell, RN, M.S.N., CNS
By Cynthia L. Harden, M.D., and Laura Ponticello, B.S.N., RN
By Lawrence W. Brown, M.D.
By Maromi Nei, M.D. and Kelly Caravetta, M.S.N., CRNP
By James W. McAuley, RPh., Ph.D. and Lucretia Long, M.S., CNP
by Barry E. Gidal, Pharm.D., and Andres M. Kanner, M.D.
By Patricia Dean, ARNP, M.S.N.
By Kathryn A. O'Hara, RN and Patricia O. Shafer, RN, M.N.