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Faculty Speaker at the 2013 NEI Psychopharmacology Congress in Colorado

October 18, 2013

I am very honored to be an invited faculty speaker at the annual Neuroscience Education Institute Psychopharmacology Congress in Colorado in November 2013. This is a large gathering of psychiatrists, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, clinical social workers, and others who are interested in upgrading their understanding of the use of pharmacotherapy treatment in psychiatric disorders. A 3 day information packed meeting with up to 1000 attendees. I have spoken at this meeting several times and it is no less an honor to be invited back. The lecturers invited are among the national and international experts in their fields of psychiatric specialty.

My presentation will  be on Adult ADHD with a focus on executive function, conceptual distinctions, and the consideration for medication options. I’m always excited when I’m given the opportunity to teach other physicians and mental health professional the current state of the science and clinical practice for adult ADHD.

I posted this to apprise those interested in my professional activities. Unfortunately, because of the level of information conveyed, this Congress is not open to the general public.

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