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32nd Annual Minority Health Conference
"The Promise of Health Equity: Advancing the Discussion to Eliminate Disparities in the 21st Century"-- presented by Bonnie M. Duran, DrPH, associate professor in the Department of Health Services at the University of Washington School of Public Health
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Anatomy of Peripheral Nerve
This lecture will focus on the anatomy of normal and pathological peripheral nerve. This will be a preparatory lecture to physiological techniques in the clinical study of peripheral nerve.
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Basic NCV Instrumentation
This discussion will focus on the basic principle of nerve conduction studies as an aid to our understanding the physiology of nerve.
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Basics of Needle Electromyography
This lecture will address the basic principles of needle electromyography and how characteristics of the motor unit action potential change in pathological states.
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Introduction to Electrodiagnostic Medicine
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Late Responses
This lecture will address common late responses [F-wave, A-wave, H-reflex] seen in NCV studies.
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NC Conference on Practice-Based Research
Share and learn about recent findings relevant to primary care practice. Limited space is available. Contact Julia Thorp (julthorp@schsr.unc.edu or 919-966-7173) to reserve your spot.
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Neuromuscular Emergencies
This lecture will focus on those neuromusuclar syndromes that present in an emergent fashion.
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Pitfalls in the Performance of Nerve Conduction Studies
This conference will address common pitfalls and technical errors when performing nerve conduction studies.
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Sixth Annual Chapel Hill Drug Conference
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy will host the Sixth Annual Chapel Hill Drug Conference on May 11-12, 2011. The conference is being sponsored by The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute, the UNC-GSK Center of Excellence in Pharmacoepidemiology and Public Health, and the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. The conference’s theme will be "Comparative Effectiveness Research: Methods and Applications."
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