LECTURES & CLASSES / LECTURES

When Seizures Strike: What's Happening and What Can Be Done? (FREE)

DESCRIPTION

Queen’s Speaking of Health Lecture Series – Punchbowl; Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

Maybe you started to shake, or had body twitching. Maybe you became unresponsive or blacked out. Did you know there are different types of seizures that can impact your body? Find out what’s happening, what can be done, and how you can stay safe if you’re having a seizure. Learn more with Victoria Wong, MD, neurologist and epileptologist (epilepsy specialist) at The Queen’s Neuroscience Institute Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.

  • What are the different types of seizures, and what causes them?
  • What new medications can treat seizures and epilepsy?
  • How else can you treat seizures and epilepsy besides medications?
  • How do you stay safe if you have seizures?
  • How does epilepsy care change at different stages of life?

 

DATES & TIMES

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
6:00 - 7:00 pm

LOCATION

The Queen’s Medical Center
Queen’s Conference Center Auditorium
1301 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Reservations are required.

Register Online

Or call The Queen’s Referral Line: 808.691.7117