Clinicians care for a diverse population of patients, which requires careful attention to how implicit biases may impact the quality of care. This session will specifically address those biases and practice inconsistencies in caring for patients from diverse populations. It will include speakers and panelists who will discuss how implicit biases may impact clinical care, and provide recommendations on how clinicians can provide better care for patients from all backgrounds.
This symposium appraises the meaning of interictal activity. It examines whether interictal epileptiform discharges (IED) are predictive of seizures and whether IED can be used to determine the seizure onset zone or predict outcome after epilepsy surgery. It will also inform about the interaction of IED and cognition.
The Interprofessional Careers panel will highlight a breadth of career paths including clinical, research, teaching, administration, and other settings for advanced practice providers. Panelists will describe their work in a panel discussions, seek attendee participation, as well as answer any questions. This session is one of three parallel Career Pathways panels offered simultaneously for clinical care, research, and interprofessional careers. Participants may go between sessions, which will take place in adjacent rooms.
The organizers would like to hear from the APP audience on priority topics and professional areas for discussion.