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Task Forces

Task Forces are appointed to address a specific timely task in the field of Movement Disorders.  

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About MDS Task Forces

Benefits for Task Forces
  • Financial support for telephone conferences (if not otherwise covered)
  • Meeting space during the annual MDS Congress
Duties and Responsibilities of Task Forces
  • Completing the task within an agreed time frame according to the needs of the Society
  • Reporting biannually to the Officers
  • Scientific results should be submitted to the Movement Disorders Journal
Approval Process
  • Development of a project plan, including objectives and aims
  • Members of MDS are eligible as task force members (exclusions from this rule are possible upon special request)

 

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