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Curriculum Tracks

Advance through curated sets of courses and materials that guide you progressively through a topic.  

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Curriculum tracks comprise a set of education courses and educational resources with a specific beginning and end to facilitate learning of a particular movement disorders topic. They are organized by stages of learning that include foundational, intermediate and advanced content to guide learners across the spectrum of content levels.

Curriculum Tracks also feature the opportunity to connect with global experts via the "Ask the Expert" function.
 

Jump to tracks about:

Tremor      Dystonia   

Additional topics will be available soon.

Tremor tracks

Phenomenology, Examination, and Classification of Tremor

Foundational / Beginner  

Featuring 10.5 hours of content that provides concepts of tremor, including how to accurately recognize, rate and classify different types of tremor, and how to examine a tremor patient.

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Pharmacologic and Non-Pharmacologic Treatment of Tremor

Experienced / Intermediate  

Learners will be able to describe the range as well as the advantages and disadvantages of pharmacological treatments for tremor. Additionally, students will be able to list ways to manage tremor with non-pharmacological therapies.

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Dystonia tracks

Introduction to Dystonia

Foundational / Beginner

Featuring ten hours of content that provides the learner concepts of dystonia, tools to conduct assessments, and an overview of treatment options.

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Treatment of Dystonia

Experienced / Intermediate  

Featuring concepts on dystonia covering a wide range of therapeutic approaches for the disorder, including non-pharmacological and rehabilitative, pharmacologic, and surgical interventions.

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Pathophysiology of Dystonia

Expert / Advanced

Featuring the latest concepts on the pathophysiological basis of dystonia, learners will be able to describle the variety of etiological factors of idiopathic, genetic, and acquired causes of dystonia.

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Ask the Experts (Dystonia)

As an enrolled learner, you can submit questions directly to members of the Dystonia Study Group:


Alberto Albanese, MD
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Milan, Italy


Hyder Jinnah, MD, PhD
Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Mark Hallett, MD
President, International Foundation of Clinical Neurophysiology
Bethesda, Maryland, USA


Joseph Jankovic, MD
Baylor University College of Medicine
Houston, Texas, USA

 

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