“Science to Service in Targeted Training in Epilepsy Self-Management”

Self-management programs addressing specific targets can help people with epilepsy take control of their health and cope with day-to-day challenges, potentially increasing seizure control and quality of life.

Martha Sajatovic, professor of psychiatry and of neurology, will discuss the topic with a presentation titled “Science to Service in Targeted Training in Epilepsy Self-Management” at the next Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN) event. Part of PRCHN’s Monthly Seminar Series, the event will take place Wednesday, July 11, from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the BioEnterprise Building (11000 Cedar Ave.), Room B-03.

The presentation will be followed by a brief panel discussion with Nurse Educator Eleanor Ryan, Research Coordinator Kari Zimmerman and Peer Educator Delilah Toles-Stedmire as well as a question and answer session.

About the speaker

Sajatovic is a researcher, educator and clinician who focuses on the study and treatment of traditionally hard-to-treat populations with central nervous system disorders. She also is director of geropsychiatry at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center.

The PRCHN Monthly Seminar takes place the second Wednesday of every month. Parking will be available and a light lunch will be served.

See more information at prchn.org/PRCSeminarSeries.aspx.