ILIVE Webinars - 27th Sept 2015 to 30th Sept 2015
Enrollment is Closed
- Price Free
- Language English
Share your Case Studies
Come join our "Learn as you Teach" initiative to democratise healthcare learning by submitting your unique & interesting Case-Studies which will be reviewed by our global medical fraternity as well as an opportunity to be published in leading research journals.
We at Lupin, have always been at the forefront to provide you the best of knowledge and products in all therapy areas including Neurology.
We are committed to bringing experts minds together in order to gather best insights and clinical direction.
In this initiative, 4 interesting topics will be presented by different renowned Key Opinion Leaders of the specialty.
LUPIN MINDVISION takes this opportunity as it gives us immense pleasure to invite you to be part of these academic sessions. Your esteemed presence and active participation will make the program essentially rewarding.
Meet the Instructor
Date – 27th Sept 2015
Dr. V. V. Nadkarni,DM NeurologyHOD Neurology Department - Gita Bhawan Hospital & Research Centre
Senior Consultant Neurologist - Medanta Hospital Indore
Director Mangesh Neuro Centre Indore
Topic - Management of First unprovoked seizure in adults- To treat or not to Treat
Date– 28th Sept 2015
Dr. S. P. Saha MD,DM (Neurology)Professor and Head of the Department of Neuro-Medicine at NRS Medical College, Kolkata
Topic - Approaches to refractory Epilepsy
Date – 29th Sept 2015
Dr. Shirish Valsangkar , MD , MRCP(UK)Ceo at S P Insttute Of Neurosciences, Solapur
Topic- Post Stroke Seizures
Date – 30th Sept 2015
Dr. N. S. Sampathkumar, DM NeurologyAssoc. Professor in Narayana Medical College, Nellore
Topic- Management of Epilepsy - What guidelines suggest
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