Episode: Dr. David G. Vossler on Communicating FDA Safety Alerts to Epileptologists


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Dr. David G. Vossler on Communicating FDA Safety Alerts to Epileptologists
According to a new study published in the Oct. 2013 edition of Epilepsy & Behavior, 20 percent of U.S. neurologists surveyed by e-mail said they were unaware of updated drug safety risks and recommendations for antiepileptic drugs. David G. Vossler, MD, clinical associate professor of neurology and medical director of the University of Washington Medicine Valley Medical Center Neuroscience Institute in Renton, WA, spoke with Neurology Today of some of the current challenges to communication, as well as potential strategies to improve the transmission of the FDA’s safety warnings to neurologists. For the full story, see the Oct. 17 issue of Neurology Today.

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