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Course Schedule - Conference Registrations

Midwest Medieval History Conference

Indiana State University is honored to host the 54th Midwest Medieval History Conference in Terre Haute on October 9-10, 2015. Sessions will be held in the Magna Carta Room on the second floor of Federal Hall, a beautifully restored federal courthouse now home to ISU's Scott College of Business. Highlighting the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and the Fourth Lateran Council, the program will feature a keynote address by noted legal historian Richard H. Helmholz (University of Chicago Law School). The event will conclude on Saturday afternoon at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church with a special performance of medieval music by Concentus (Historical Performance Institute, Indiana University), followed by a reception and optional banquet.

Lodging may be arranged with the Hilton Garden Inn at (812) 234-8900. The hotel, located just across the street from the conference venue, will hold a block of rooms at the rate of $109/night until September 19. Please be sure to mention your affiliation with the MMHC.




The Saturday Evening Banquet Entrees will appear under optional fees. Choices are:

Portobello Mushroom Napoleon

Sesame Chicken Breast

If you plan on attending the banquet, please make sure to choose one of the options above when registering.

Please contact conference coordinator Steven Stofferahn for special dietary needs:


The conference program may be accessed via the MMHC’s website at:

Pharmacology in Treating Mental Health


Morning Session

Participants Will:

  • Know brand and genetic drug names and actions within antipsychotic, antidepressant, anxiolytic, and hypnotic drug classes.
  • Identify key uses, side effects, benefits, and problems of drugs within each class.
  • Determine how to select a drug based on the patient’s particular needs.

Afternoon Session

 Participants Will:

  • Identify medications used in pediatric patients, including antipsychotics, antidepressants,
    anxiolytics, and ADHD drugs.
  • Determine starting effective dosing range for various age groups.
  • Identify key uses, side effects, benefits, and problems of drugs within each class.

Panel Discussion:

Participants Will:

  • Obtain a multidisciplinary team perspective of medication issues in patient care.
  • Develop an understanding of some current complicated medication issues in patient care.
  • Learn strategies for resolving complicated medication.

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