PT Webinar Thank You page

May 3, 2012

Online: If you have not already,  test your computer to be sure you can see the slide presentation and indicate to our moderator that you have a question. The process takes about 2 minutes to test your computer. Shortly before 6 p.m. EST, click here and in the PARTICIPANT window, enter access code 5237095. This will bring you to a screen to register your attendance. It is very important to enter your NAME in the dedicated field so that the moderator can call on you during the question-and-answer portion of our event.

Thank you. You are now registered!

 

Webinar Details:



Date:

May 23, 2012   

Time:

6:00 PM (ET)

 

Telephone: 1-866-740-1260    Access code: 5237095


Attending this webinar involves two steps: logging in online and dialing in via telephone.

Online: If you have not already,  test your computer to be sure you can see the slide presentation and indicate to our moderator that you have a question. The process takes about 2 minutes to test your computer. Shortly before 6 p.m. EST, click here and in the PARTICIPANT window, enter access code 5237095. This will bring you to a screen to register your attendance. It is very important to enter your NAME in the dedicated field so that the moderator can call on you during the question-and-answer portion of our event.

Telephone: To listen to the accompanying audio or to just listen to our event over the telephone, dial 866-740-1260 and when prompted, enter conference number 5237095#. We will be muting all lines during the presentation and then opening the lines during the question-and-answer portion of the event.


We thank you again for participating in our webinar and look forward to your questions.

Please note that this live event is limited to the first 150 attendees.

Peter Buckley, MD, Dean of the Medical College of Georgia Health Sciences University, will bring you the latest information on the care of patients with schizophrenia, and he'll answer your questions in a live Q&A "chat."

Webinar: What's New in Schizophrenia?

Host: Peter Buckley, MD

May 23 at 6:00 PM (ET)