Conference on Medication-Induced Violence and Suicide 2010 is an important event based on the fatal effect of medicine on nerves. It will invite renowned experts of the industry to cover a diverse range of topics. They will initiate elaborate discussions about the effects of prescription medications on the central nervous system resulting in hostility / violence, irritability, impaired judgment, drug-seeking behavior, poor inhibition / self-control, suicidal or homicidal thought, aggression, agitation, and cognitive impairment. Panel discussions and case studies will cover issues such as History of Drug Induced Behavioral Toxicity, Addiction Research, Addiction and Drug Use, Diagnosis and Treatment of Drug Induced Behavioral Toxicity, Pharmacogenetic Predictions and Drug Reactions, Medication-Induced Violence, CNS Adverse Effects of Medications, and Legal Implications.
The visitors at Conference on Medication-Induced Violence and Suicide 2010 would include:
- Mitigation specialists
- Addictions counselors
- Medical students
Rush University, Department of Pharmacology,