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3rd Annual Delaware Epilepsy Conference: New Treatments in Epilepsy                Nurse Registration

Welcome to the registration page for the 3rd Annual Delaware Epilepsy Conference! This year's theme is New Treatments in Epilepsy.

Each nurse will receive 3 Continuing Education Credits for attendance and the cost for nurses to attend is $25. Continental breakfast and a light snack is included in the cost.

Schedule of Events for Saturday November 16:

8am-8:45am: Registration, Breakfast and Meet the Vendors

8:45am: Welcome and history of treatment of epilepsy-Dr. S. Charles Bean

9:15-10:05am: RNS/VNS/DBS-Dr. John Pollard

10:10-10:50am: Breakout 1

11:05-11:45am: Breakout 2

12pm: The Complexity of Cannabanoids- Dr. Jessica Roland- NOT ELIGIBLE FOR NURSING CEs

12:40pm: Questions for the panel of experts

Breakout Session Topics (You can choose two of the three topics)

-Laser Ablation- Dr. Timothy Lucas

-Assistive Devices (Watches, apps, animals and other technology)-Carol Roethke, MSN, CRNP APRN and Tia Dangerfield, RN

-Navigating the Healthcare Landscape (Health insurance and factors to consider when choosing or changing your health insurance)- Dr. Jason Moyer- NOT ELIGIBLE FOR NURSING CEs

Conference Location and Time:

John H. Ammon Medical Education Center at Christiana Care

4755 Ogletown Stanton Road

Newark, DE 19718

Saturday, November 16 from 8am-1pm.

Free parking is available onsite and a continental breakfast and light snack is provided. 

This activity has been submitted to the Delaware Nurses Association for approval to award 3 contact
hours. Delaware Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the

American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

If you are not a nurse and/or do not need CE's for this conference, please register here

For more information, check out our website at www.efde.org or contact us at 302-999-9313 or efd@efde.org.




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