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Conference on Neurological Tick Infections, Mental Illness & Suicide Preven...

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Holiday Inn

111 Route 173 West Main Street

Clinton, NJ 08809

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This educational summit is a 1-1/2 day program for physicians and nurses on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological tick infections ( i.e.: Borellia Burdorferi, Bartonella etc.) which lead to cognitive impairments, mental illness and ideations of suicide/violence. The general public is also welcome to attend. Keynote speaker: Congressional Candidate Peter Jacob - LSW.

Visit Our Faculty Profiles https://ourlymenation.com

Dr. Robert Bransfield

Dr. Rosalie Greenberg

Dr. Leo Shea, III

Dr. Armin Schwarzbach

Dr. Ernie Murakami

Nancy Baumgartner – LCSW, LLC

Jenny Rush – Author, Activist

Terri Fevang – Certified Music Practitioner

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Friday Sept. 29, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday Sept. 30, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Accreditation Information

Center for Education Development designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ or 6.75 ANCC credits. Participants should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Participants must participate in the session and complete an activity evaluation online before November 1, 2017.

Participation instructions will be provided at the activity along with faculty information and disclosures.

Support Statement

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Our Lyme Nation and is Sponsored by Center for Education Development.

Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon snack and non-alcohollic beverages included!

Course learning obectives:

  • Identify neurological symptoms of undiagnosed infections.
  • Articulate reasons for infection persistence following standard treatment.
  • Recognize the link between infections and aggressiveness/suicide.
  • Idenitfy best treatment options.
  • Provide patients an explanation of suicidal/violent tendencies in medical and scientific terms
  • Recognize patients ‘at risk’ for suicide and discuss preventative strategies and support services.
  • Articulate the shortcomings of current serological testing for lyme and co-infections.
  • Discuss alternative diagnostic options.
  • Perform a clinical diagnosis of tick infections.

Amid the growing epidemic of Lyme Disease and other tick infections, patients are falling through the “diagnostic” cracks and progressing into late stage infections. Although the CDC and IDSA encourage medical practitioners to follow the two-tiered ELISA /Westen Blot screening protocol, this methodology has an average sensitivity of 56%.

Many late stage symptoms of Lyme Disease are neuropsychiatric and can be demonstrated objectively with mental status evaluations, psychological testing and brain imaging. Patients with neurological symptoms and late stage infections experience cognitive challenges, low quality of life and have an increased risk of suicide. Our children are highly vulnerable.

Join our distinguished faculty as they present their latest research on diagnosing and treating late stage neurological tick infections, mental illness and suicide prevention.

For hotel reservations, contact the Holiday Inn in Clinton, NJ.





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