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"Part 2: Mood Stabilizers" Featuring Dr. Julien

Created by Elizabeth Uva Employee on Mar 26, 2015

Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at This is a pre-recorded webinar

Starts at 3:00 PM · Ends at 4:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)

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PRESENTED BY

Dr. Julien

 

 

ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM

 

Worth Publishers invites you to our next complimentary TLC symposium.  These three one-hour sessions led by Dr. Robert M. Julien offer an expert introduction to the medications most prescribed for persons with psychological disorders-antidepressants, mood stabilizers, antipsychotic medications.

 

Discussions include not only the pharmacology of each drug, but also:

          • variety of uses

          • side effects and toxicities

          • the uniqueness of each drug

          • appropriate combinations of medications for difficult-to-treat clients.

 

In addition, Dr. Julien brings a unique historical perspective to these presentations, tracing the development of these drugs from the early days of psychopharmacology in the 1950's and 1960's to the exciting breakthroughs in the 21st century. Registration via WebEx is free and open to all instructors. TLC Symposia may qualify as professional development hours at your institution. Attend any or all three sessions!

 

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

 

Robert M. Julien, MD received his M.S. and Ph.D. in pharmacology from the University of Washington and his medical degree from the University of California at Irvine. His many research articles focus on the psychopharmacology of sedative and antiepileptic drugs. Formerly an associate professor of pharmacology and anesthesiology at the Oregon Health Sciences University, Dr. Julien has retired from the practice of anesthesiology and is currently a psychopharmacology consultant in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Julien has now completed 40 years of authorship of A Primer of Drug Action (now coauthored with Drs. Clare Advokat and Joseph Comaty). Now titled Julien's Primer of Drug Action, the book continues to present psychopharmacology in clear and understandable language and the most current references to the scientific literature.

This is a pre-recorded webinar