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Parenting in Recovery

October 8, 2018

“Parenting in Recovery” will be presented by Mary Jo Desprez, MA; Director, Wolverine Wellness, University Health Service (UHS,) University of Michigan; and Amber Horwitz, Founder Proud Parents of Loss, B.S., MSW candidate.

A Data-Driven Distributionally Robust Optimization Approach for Appointment Scheduling

October 8, 2018

Ruiwei Jiang, PhD University of Michigan, IOE

Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering: A Pharmacist’s Perspective of Medication Safety

October 8, 2018

Corey Lester, PharmD, PhD University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy

Advances in: Inpatient Admissions, O.R., Outpatient and Nurse Scheduling Systems

October 8, 2018

Walt Hancock, PhD University of Michigan, IOE

2018 Massey TBI Regional Conference

October 8, 2018

Lunch and refreshments provided. Supported by the Massey Foundation, the Massey TBI Regional Conference aims to improve the outcomes of those who suffer severe traumatic brain injuries by supporting technology development, and translational and clinical research that impacts the “golden hours” of care. Through lectures, a poster session, and scientific presentations from funded Massey TBI Grand Challenge teams, we will explore the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of this critical injury. KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Geoffrey T. Manley, MD, PhD Geoffrey T. Manley MD, PhD is the Chief of Neurosurgery at San Francisco General Hospital and Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of…

Identification and Management of Essential Tremor

October 8, 2018

This program is part of a series of outreach meetings for Primary Care, Family Medicine and Neurology physicians and their advanced practice providers. You will be presented with up-to-date guidelines for diagnosis and management of Essential Tremor. Presented by: Kelvin Chou, MD Professor, Neurology, Faculty Co-Planner Parag Patil, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Neurological Surgery, Faculty Co-Planner Karin Muraszko, MD Professor, Neurological Surgery, Faculty Planner Course Objectives: Upon completing this course, the participants will be able to: • Educate patients on the latest information regarding the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of essential tremor. • Utilize current standards of optimal medical management…

Systems Engineering and Ophthalmologic Telemedicine: Preventing Blindness

October 8, 2018

April Maa, MD Emory Eye Center Adam Van Deusen, PhD Student University of Michigan, IOE

HBCS Seminar

October 8, 2018

From gaze-evoked to blast-induced tinnitus: Unique cases and novel treatments Dr. Cacace is Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. He is an Elected Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. His background is in the areas of clinical audiology, auditory electrophysiology, electroacoustics, psychoacoustics, and neuroimaging; his expertise has been focused in the areas of auditory processing disorders, tinnitus, and vestibular function/dysfunction. One important area of research has been neuroimaging associated with tinnitus as well as assessments of auditory and vestibular processing disorders and related cognitive…

Addiction and Older Adults

October 8, 2018

“Addiction and Older Adults” will be presented by Matthew Cremin, LLMSW; Foreclosure Prevention Coordinator, U/M Housing Bureau for Seniors; and Charles E. Coleman LLMSW, Primary Therapist, Dawn Farm Downtown; and. Older adults are the fastest growing population in the US. Substance addiction affects this population in a unique way, and the intersection of older adults, their medical care providers, and how value systems can play into addiction are important considerations in providing care. The unique nature of how addiction affects older adults, myths and facts, and available local resources will be discussed. Free, open to all; no registration required. Provides…