For Medical Professionals: #EpilepsyEquity for African Americans in the Treatment of Epilepsy
Did you know that African Americans are more likely to develop epilepsy than white Americans? Are you aware that African Americans with epilepsy are less likely to gain seizure control than white Americans?
If you are a medical professional that would like to make a positive change in the treatment outcomes for African Americans with epilepsy, we hope you will join us on Zoom for #EpilepsyEquity for African Americans in the Treatment of Epilepsy on Friday, January 15 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EST. (Zoom will remain open for an additional 30 minutes following the program for further discussion.)
This free, virtual learning opportunity will be a round table discussion featuring:
This program is brought to you by the Epilepsy Foundation of Kentuckiana (EFKY) through a minority outreach grant from the national Epilepsy Foundation (EF) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is designed to ensure #EpilepsyEquity for African Americans throughout Kentucky and beyond. The EFKY is an independent affiliate of the national EF and was one of only 10 recipients of this grant nationwide. This round table discussion will be held virtually on Zoom. Register now by clicking below and you will receive login instructions once you are registered. We also hope that you will please share information about this program with your colleagues and encourage them to participate. Thank you!