Nova Southeastern University will host a seminar that examines how legal, medical, and psychological professionals can assist their clients and patients who suffer from chronic illnesses and as a result, have needs that involve multiple professionals.
The seminar will take place Friday, Nov. 1 at NSU’s Lifelong Learning Institute, located at 3424 South University Drive (adjacent to NSU’s main campus in Davie, FL).
The Florida Bar has approved 5.0 hours of CLE credits for this seminar, including 2.5 hours Elder Law Certification and 1.0 hour for mental illness awareness.
The seminar will be led by practitioners and faculty from NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center and Health Professions Divisions. Speakers include law professor Kathy Cerminara, LL.M, J.S.D.; attorney Adam S. Goldberg, LL.M; Naushira Pandya, MD; and Michelle Gagnon Blodgett, Psy.D.
- For NSU students and faculty, pre-registration is free, but required.
- Early registration fee: $50 (now through Oct. 16)
- Registration fee: $75 (Oct. 17-28)
Managing Cognitive Decline in the Chronically Ill: An Inter-Professional Approach
- Friday, November 1, 2013
- Check In at 12:30 p.m. | Seminar runs from 1:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
- NSU Lifelong Learning Institute | 3424 South University Drive, Davie, FL. 33314
A reception with food and drink will follow at 5:15 pm. To pre-register and pay, click here.