Videos & Symposia

2017 CNS Dravet Syndrome

2017 CNS Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

DISEASE EDUCATION Materials

What is Dravet Syndrome?

What Is Dravet Syndrome?
An Informational Guide

Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

What Is Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome?
An Informational Guide

Cannabinoids

2017 Glossary of Cannabinoid Terms

2017 Glossary of Cannabinoid Terms
English
2017 Glossary of Cannabinoid Terms
Spanish
Continuing Education on Cannabinoids
What You Need to Know

The Basis of Cannabinoid Therapeutics:
What You Need to Know

This activity is intended for neurologists, pharmacists, pediatricians, and primary care physicians. The learning objectives include increasing knowledge regarding the:

  • Physiologic functions of endogenous cannabinoids
  • Function of exogenous cannabinoid compounds
  • Potential receptor targets of cannabinoid ligands
  • Outcomes of cannabinoids in experimental models of epilepsy

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Continuing Education on Cannabinoids
Pharmaceutical- vs Dispensary-Sourced

Pharmaceutical vs Dispensary-Sourced Cannabinoids: What's the Difference?

This activity is intended for neurologists, pediatricians, primary care physicians, nurses, and pharmacists.

Upon completion of this activity, participants will have:

  • Increased knowledge regarding the
    • Differences in the stringency of data required for dispensary-derived vs pharmaceutical-derived cannabinoid preparations
    • Types of pharmaceutical-derived cannabinoid preparations that have been studied in randomized controlled clinical trials
    • Types of dispensary-derived cannabinoids currently available for sale

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CLINICAL WHITEPAPERS

Evolving Nature of LGS and DS

The Evolving Nature of Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome and Dravet Syndrome

The Implications for Transition to Adult Healthcare

Beyond Seizures

Comorbid Clinical Features and Multidisciplinary Management of Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome and Dravet Syndrome

Cannabinoid Clinical

Cannabinoid Clinical
  • The 3 different classes of cannabinoids
  • The difference between tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD)
  • Cannabinoid products and development process

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