MDS-AOS News
March 2014
Edited by Yoshikazu Ugawa, MD, PHD
and Jonas Yeung, MB, ChB, FRCP

MDS-AOS Website
Visit the MDS-AOS Website to learn more about all of the activities featured in this issue and read the latest Letter from the Chair, by AOS Chair Dr. Louis Tan.


Botulinum Toxin Training Course for Neurological Disorders
Kuala Lumpur - December 13, 2013

A comprehensive botulinum toxin teaching course was held for the first time in Malaysia at the University of Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, on December 13, 2013.

This one-day workshop consisted of didactic lectures from international and local experts. Most lectures were followed by demonstrations and interactive case discussions that included sixteen local patients. Demonstrations by expert injectors were video-recorded by professional audio-visual staff, with close-up footage broadcast live to the audience. Read more about this course on the website.


Ambassador Program
Mumbai - February 21-23, 2014

The Neurology Update Mumbai was a three day program which took place February 21-23, 2014 in Mumbai, India. There were 850 participants which accounted for over two thirds of India’s approximately 1200 neurologists. Many doctors in India find it hard to travel to conferences outside of India, and therefore a meeting such as this provides an invaluable opportunity to gain a global perspective of state of the art practices in neurology. Read more from Dr. Victor Fung and Dr. Guenther Deuschl on the website.

Evidence-Based Medicine Update on Treatments for Parkinson's Disease
Kuala Lumpur - February 21-2014

A one-day teaching course on movement disorders was held in Chengdu, China on 2 November, 2013, under the auspices of West China School of Medicine and West China Hospital of Sichuan University as well as the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society–Asian and Oceanian Section (MDS-AOS). This event used the MDS Parkinson and Movement Disorders (PMD) Course slide sets and focused on improving participants’ knowledge and skills in movement disorders. This course was coordinated by Prof. HuiFang Shang (course director), and supported by the MDS under the Developing World Education Program (DWEP). To read more about the course, click here.


Developing World Education Program
August 30-31, 2014
Shanghai

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