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MDS-AOS Video Case Discussion Series

MDS-AOS Video Case Discussion Series

Please join this five part streaming series starting:
  • March 7, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 UTC
    • Part 1: Phenomenology Not to be Missed
  • May 9, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 UTC
    • Part 2: Uncommon Presentations of Common Movement Disorders
  • July 11, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 UTC
    • Part 3: Common Presentations of Uncommon Movement Disorders
  • October 3, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 UTC
    • Part 4: Young Onset Movement Disorders
  • December 5, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 UTC
    • Part 5: Rare and Regional Movement Disorders in AOS
Course Directors

Pramod Kumar Pal, MBBS, MD, DM, FRCP
Pattamon Panyakaew, MD

Faculty

To be announced.

Course Description

The MDS-AOS Video Case Discussion Series is a 5-part event running from March through December 2021. Each 2-hour session will focus on a mixture of long and short video cases from two different territories or regions within the Asian and Oceanian Section. These video-based case discussions in the field of movement disorders are organized in collaboration with various local/regional societies within the AOS. The expert faculty from 10 different territories will provide each topic with a regional flavor emphasizing the types of movement disorder cases found in their part of the AOS, and these video cases will focus on highlighting the typical and atypical clinical features, phenomenology, and diagnostic approaches of unique movement disorders cases from the area.

Part 1: Phenomenology Not to be Missed

-Cases from: India and Thailand

Part 2: Uncommon Presentations of Common Movement Disorders

                -Cases from: UAE/Middle East and Korea

Part 3: Common Presentations of Uncommon Movement Disorders

                -Cases from: Australia and Taiwan

Part 4: Young Onset Movement Disorders

                -Cases from: China and Kyrgyzstan/Central Asia

Part 5: Rare and Regional Movement Disorders in AOS

                -Cases from: Philippines and Malaysia

Interactive Components

The case presentations will be pre-recorded in advance and live streamed the date of the program with an interactive question answer session immediately following the recorded cases.  Attendees are able to submit questions to expert panel in real time, and have the opportunity to answer multiple choice questions as the video cases are streamed online. The case presentations from past-sessions will be available for on-demand viewing for up to 60 days after the final session.

Target Audience

This intermediate level course is aimed at movement disorder specialists, general neurologists, clinical fellows, clinical research fellows, movement disorder fellows, neurology residents, medical students, graduate students, clinical researchers, and nurse practitioners.

Learning Objectives 
  1. Recognize various phenomenology and acquire basic knowledge on how to approach to movement disorders.
  2. Define differential typical and atypical clinical features of movement disorders.
  3. Define how to interpret important investigations (including radiologic findings) in movement disorders and apply for clinical practice.
  4. Acquire knowledge about unique movement disorders in the regions.
  5. Demonstrate clinical skills in approaching phenomenology, typical and atypical presentations of movement disorders.

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