MDS Education Roadmap


The new MDS Roadmap to Educational Resources is intended to help navigate the many available educational resources on the MDS website.

Your Guide to MDS Educational Resources

MDS is dedicated to improving the way visitors use the website when searching educational content. The new Roadmap to Educational Resources is intended to help navigate the many available educational resources on the MDS website. These resources include videos, Movement Disorders Journal papers and articles, Movement Disorders Clinical Practice content, MDS rating scales, CME activities, webcasts, and much more.


Navigate educational content according to three levels of Movement Disorders experience:

 

Beginner


Students, residents, primary care providers, internists, allied health, non-neurology specialists, and industry who have limited to no movement disorders experience.
 

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Intermediate


Neurology residents, movement disorder fellows, neurologists; advanced practitioners, allied health, and industry with some movement disorders experience.
 

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Advanced


Movement disorders specialists and fellows; neurologists and other practitioners who have extensive movement disorders experience.

 

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