A unique new educational forum for both professionals and the general public who are interested in memory and memory disorders.

Track A - Professionals -----------------------$80

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Who:

- Physicians: approved for 8.5 CME credits by University of Arizona
- Psychologists
- Physician Assistants
- Nurses and Nurse Practitioners: approved for 10 CEUs by Arizona Nursing Association
- Pharmacists
- Social Workers: approved for 7.0 CEs by NASW
- Legal Profession
- Police
- Paramedics
(and those seeking continuing education credit)

Learn About:

1. Normal memory physiology and diseases that affect memory.

2. Current therapeutic interventions.

3. Legal issues that caregivers and people with memory loss encounter.

Track B - The Public-----------------------------$40

Who:

- Caregivers of Family Members
- Managers and Supervisors
- Anyone
interested in memory and memory disorders

Understand:

1. To stay competitive learn what normal memory physiology is and the starting signals of disease that affect memory.

2. Current therapeutic interventions and what's on the horizon to combat memory disorders.

3. Legal and monetary issues that family members and people with memory loss encounter.

Educational support provided by:

Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Novartis Pharmaceuticals
Eisai Janssen Pharmaceuticals
Hospice of the Valley Nanogen
Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Ronald Petersen,
Director, Alzhemer's Disease Research Center, Mayo Clinic will discuss Mild Cognitive Impairment.


Faculty Speakers:
Dr. Jonathan Carter - Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona - Memory Loss and Multiple Sclerosis

Dr. Stephen Flitman - 21st Century Neurology, Phoenix, Arizona - Alzheimer's disease and related conditions

Dr. Eric Johnson - Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona - Genetics of Memory Disorder

Dr. Christina Kwasnica - Valley Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Phoenix, Arizona - Head Injury and Memory Loss

Dr. James Leverenz - Univ. of Washington, Seattle - Genetics and Presentation of Lewy Body Disease

Chip McLaughlin, Esq. - Elder Law Attorney, Phoenix, Arizona - Legal issues regarding memory loss

Dr. Lynn Nadel - University of Arizona, Tucson - Understanding normal memory function

Dr. William Summers - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Cholinesterase inhibitors for memory improvement

Dr. David Treiman - Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona - Memory Loss and Epilepsy


Schedule
Track A
Track B
7:00 AM
Registration
8:00 AM
Flitman
Johnson
8:50 AM
Nadel
Treiman
9:40 AM
Break
10:00 AM
Carter
Flitman
10:50 AM
Treiman
Nadel
11:40 AM
Lunch
12:50 PM
Summers
Petersen
1:40 PM
Leverenz
Carter
2:30 PM
Break
2:50 PM
Petersen
Kwasnica
3:40 PM
Johnson
McLaughlin
4:30 PM
Break
4:50 PM
Kwasnica
Summers
5:40 PM
McLaughlin
Leverenz
6:30 PM
Closing

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Organizational sponsor

     

Wyndham Buttes Resort
2000 Westcourt Way
Tempe, Arizona 85282

For airline travel arrangements and hotel reservations, please contact:
Isabelle Clarke
Phone: 480-922-3734
Email: isabelle7@cox.net

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