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PAEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS Alberta Children's Hospital May 8, 2013 0830 ~ 0930h Kinsmen Learning Centre Auditorium on 4th Floor

TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE HISTORY OF ANTI-SEIZURE MEDICATIONS Jong M. Rho, MD Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Neurosciences Dr. Robert Haslam Chair in Child Neurology University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine Head, Section of Paediatric Neurology, Alberta Children’s Hospital

Learning Objectives 1. To provide an overview of drug development by the pharmaceutical industry 2. To review the history of anti-seizure drugs, both in terms of success and failures 3. To summarize current and future opportunities for changing the strategic models for novel drug development

This session is being offered by Telehealth (Videoconference). To register as a participant, and/or to request a Telehealth connection for your location: follow this link to the AHS “Calendar of Upcoming Videoconferences”: https://vcscheduler.ca/ahs/. On the calendar, scroll down and to the right of this event, click on “Click here to register as a participant”. Complete and submit the online registration and Telehealth location request. Help is also available at: CAL.telehealthscheduling@albertahealthservices.ca For more information about this and other Child Health Professional Educational Events via Telehealth, visit: http://fcrc.albertahealthservices.ca/pro_telehealth_calendar.php. Posters, Handouts and Evaluations are posted and can be printed for distribution and individual use.


UNIVERSITY OF

CALGARY Department of Paediatrics Alberta Children’s Hospital

PAEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS EVALUATION FORM PRESENTED BY:

DATE: May 8, 2013

Jong M. Rho, MD Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Neurosciences Dr. Robert Haslam Chair in Child Neurology University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine Head, Section of Paediatric Neurology, Alberta Children’s Hospital TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE HISTORY OFANTI-SEIZURE MEDICATIONS Please complete the following questions and return this questionnaire at the end of the session.

The learning objectives were clearly stated:

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Speaker communicated in a manner that kept my interest:

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Speaker was organized and well prepared:

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Information presented in a logical/sequential manner:

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The audio visual materials were clear and enhanced the presentation:

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Key points were summarized at the end:

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My practice will change as a result of attending this session:

YES

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Amount of information presented was appropriate for the allocated time:

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Paediatricians - Name: _______________________________________ please print (to track Maintenance of Certification Credits) (If we can’t read your name we can’t apply your credits) Residents/Fellows - Name: ______________________________________ please print Please provide comments about this Grand Rounds presentation as well as any suggestions that you may have to enhance his/her future presentations.

Thank you for your feedback and time.

Dr. Julian Midgley Director, Continuing Medical Education Program 2888 Shaganappi Trail NW Calgary, AB T3B 6A8

Valerie Repper, CME Program Administrator Tel: (403) 955-2413 Fax: (403) 955-3045

www.ucalgary.ca


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