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4th Annual Delaware Epilepsy Conference:Risks and Resources in Epilepsy

Welcome to the registration page for the 4th Annual Delaware Epilepsy Conference! This year's theme is Risks and Resources in Epilepsy.

This year's event will be presented via virtual platform called Whova. This platform will allow you to chat with each other, gather resources from sponsors and exhibitors, and participate in the presentations! After you complete this registration, you'll receive your Whova sign in information.

Schedule of Events for Saturday November 21:

8:30am: Welcome and meet our exhibitors!

8:40am-9:20 Keynote-What’s New in Epilepsy and Comorbidities- Dr. Nicole Ryan, Pediatric Neurologist, Beebe Healthcare

9:25-10am: Session 1-SUDEP-Sally Schaeffer, Director, Epilepsy Foundation SUDEP Institute

10:05am-10:40am: Session 2-Medication Side Effects-Andrea Tully, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP, Christiana Care and Lisa Skedzielewski, PharmD, AAHIVP, Walgreens Specialty Pharmacist

10:40-10:50am: Exhibitor Hall Break

10:50am-11:25am: Session 3-Health Disparities- Drs. Chuck Bean and Kirk Dabney, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

11:30m-12:10pm: Resources in Epilepsy-Amy Benton, MA, LMSW, Christiana Care and Val Budischak, LCSW, Executive Director, Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware

12:15pm-12:45pm: Panel of experts featuring our speakers and other local experts!


*Our breakout sessions this year will be presented separately and one time only. You can attend all three if you wish, or 'stroll' through the exhibitor hall during a breakout!*
*Registrants will also be mailed a packet of conference materials (and a special EFDE surprise!) after the conference!*


Thank you to our generous event partner: Greenwich Biosciences and our sponsors: Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Neurelis, Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc


The conference is free to participants! Check out our website or email Val for more information!

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