COVID-19 Pandemic: MDS Statement, References and Resources

MDS Resources

MDS Statement Regarding COVID-19
MDS Telemedicine Guide
MDS Telemedicine Webinar
MDS Health Professionals (Non-Physician) SIG - Global Resources

COVID-19 Viewpoint and Joint Editorial
MDJ MDCP
Viewpoint Viewpoint
Joint Editorial Joint Editorial

Additional Articles on COVID-19 and Movement Disorders in MDS Journals

Parkinson's disease and COVID-19: Perceptions and implications in patients and caregivers.
Prasad S, Holla VV, Neeraja K, Surisetti BK, Kamble N, Yadav R, Pal PK.
Mov Disord. 2020 Apr 17

Outcome of Parkinson's Disease patients affected by COVID-19.
Antonini A, Leta V, Teo J, Chaudhuri KR.
Mov Disord. 2020 Apr 29.


Selected Articles from Other Journals

Recommendations for Deep Brain Stimulation Device Management During a Pandemic.
Miocinovic S, Ostrem JL, Okun MS, Bullinger KL, Riva-Posse P, Gross RE, Buetefisch CM.
J Parkinsons Dis. 2020 Apr 24. doi: 10.3233/JPD-202072

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Parkinson's Disease: Hidden Sorrows and Emerging Opportunities.
Helmich RC, Bloem BR.
J Parkinsons Dis. 2020;10(2):351-354


COVID-19 and Movement Disorder Observations

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MDS Podcasts on COVID-19 and Movement Disorders

Movement Disorders in times of COVID-19: interview with the president on the MDS activities during the COVID crisis

Movement Disorders in times of COVID-19: Practicing medicine in time of pandemic and future of movement disorders medical practice

Movement Disorders in times of COVID-19


MDS-UPDRS Use in the COVID Era

Article by Christopher Goetz, Glenn Stebbins and Sheng Luo


Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategies for Collection of Patient-Reported Outcome Data through Clinical Sites
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