All participants of the 1st Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Course for Nurses are encouraged to bring a brief presentation and video of an interesting Movement Disorders patient, with a known diagnosis. It will be the participant’s responsibility to bring the case(s) on their personal laptop or tablet to the course.
Instructions for Video Case Presentation
Presentations should be no longer than eight (8) minutes in length, with a maximum five (5) total slides, with the possibility to include a video up to three (3) minutes long.
Please find the required specifications for your presentation below:
- Patient History – two slides maximum
- Video (optional) – Three minutes maximum duration
- Physical examination (phenomenology and clinical problems) – one slide maximum
- Workup and differential diagnosis - one slide maximum
- Management - one slide maximum
The faculty members from each small group will select the best presentations. The top five presenters from each small group will present to the entire group on the last day of the course.
All course participants and faculty will vote for their favorite presentation. The best presentation will be announced on the final day of the course.
Although the main goal of this exercise is educational, the case study that best represents the clinical reasoning of nurses in the interprofessional care of persons with Parkinson’s Disease or other Movement Disorders will win a complimentary registration to attend the 3rd Pan American Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress; Miami, FL, USA; February 14-16, 2020.
The author(s) of the Work hereby represents and confirms that he/she has obtained the written consent of any and all patient(s) featured or who are otherwise identifiable or used in the Work to such feature, identification or other use therein and that said consent fully complies with all applicable legal requirements relating to the use of said such patient identifiable material, including, without limitation, if applicable, the specific requirements of the United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA")