Tuesday, 16 November 2004: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

251 F (Salt Palace L-2)

Symposium: Board Certified Entomologists: Delusory Parasitosis (a.k.a. Ekbom's Syndrome)

Organizer(s): Stuart Mitchell, docmitchell@hotmail.com
Gerry Wegner, gerry.wegner@varmentguard.com
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:10 AM0566Ekbom’s Syndrome is not an entomological problem -- but it is entomology’s problem  [ Recorded presentation ]
Nancy C. Hinkle, NHinkle@uga.edu
8:50 AM0567The itchy client: Troubleshooting “infestations”
Michael Potter, mpotter@uky.edu
9:30 AM0568What is chewing on me? Biting riddles and diagnostic labs  [ Recorded presentation ]
Phillip Pellitteri, pellitte@entomology.wisc.edu
10:10 AMBreak
10:20 AM0569Invitation to become a Board Certified Entomologist (BCE)
Jeffrey Weier, jweier@spraguepest.com
10:30 AM0570Delusory parasitosis: An update, with hints on interviewing and counseling without getting sued
Forrest St. Aubin, saint@kc.rr.com
11:10 AM0571Delusions of parasitosis: Many roads up the mountain -- the role of a public health department
Jerome Goddard, jgoddard@msdh.state.ms.us
11:50 AM0572Concluding remarks and questions
Gerry Wegner, gerry.wegner@varmentguard.com

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