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Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders (H)
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Coffee Break CME provides information in a modular format where each module is focused on a single topic that can be completed in a short period of time while providing the clinician with updated information that is relevant to his or her practice.
The Device Aided Medical Therapies in Parkinson's Disease series was designed by a panel of worldwide specialists around the main practical issues involved with device aided treatments of Parkinson’s disease. Each module will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
Journal CME courses derive from specially selected articles from the monthly Movement Disorders Journal. Articles are paired with questions that when answered correctly, give the participant CME credit.
The Fundamentals Course Series consists of over 30 video presentations detailing an overview of various aspects and clinical approaches to the evaluation and management of common movement disorders.
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