Advanced Level Table of Contents


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Table of Contents

Content with an asterisk (*) indicates it is applicable to all three levels

E-Learning & CME
Video Coffee Break CME

Coffee Break CME provides information whereby each module focuses on a single topic that provides the clinician with updated information relevant to his or her practice. 

Estimated Completion Time per Module: Approximately 2 hours

Video Device Aided Therapy Courses

The Device Aided Medical Therapies in Parkinson's Disease series was designed by a panel of worldwide specialists around the main practical issues involved with device aided treatments of Parkinson’s disease.

Each module will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

  • Module 1: A Practical Comparison of Apomorphine, Long-acting Dopaminergic Agents, DBS, and LCIG (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 2: Indications and Contraindications for the Use of Apomorphine, Levodopa-Carbidopa Intestinal Gel and DBS in PD (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 3: The Role of Dopaminergic Challenge Tests Before Starting Device Aided Therapy (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 4: Practical Aspects of Performing Dopaminergic Challenge Tests (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 5: Introduction and Starting and Titrating Continuous Apomorphine Infusion (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 6: Starting and Titrating Enteral Levodopa Therapy (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 7: Initial Deep Brain Stimulation Programming (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 8: Introduction and Complications of Subcutaneous Apomorphine Injections and Continuous Infusions (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 9: Complications of Enteral Levodopa (PD, H)Free for Non-Members
  • Module 10: Complications of Deep Brain Stimulation (PD)Free for Non-Members
Video Journal CME*

Journal CME courses derive from specially selected articles from the monthly Movement Disorders Journal. Articles are paired with questions that when answered correctly, give the participant CME credit. Journal CME courses are added often and removed after 1 year so as to maintain the accuracy and relevancy of topics covered. CME journal articles are posted within 45 days of journal publication.

Estimated Completion Time per Module: 1 hour


Movement Disorders Journal Videos
Video Movement Disorders Journal Videos

Note: You must be a member of MDS to view the following content in its entirety. View all MDS videos in the Video Library.

Movement Disorders Clinical Practice
Webpage Movement Disorders Clinical Practice

Note: You must be a member of MDS to view the following content in its entirety.

Task Force Papers
Downloadable Paper Task Force Papers*
International Congress Teaching Videos
Video International Congress

Note: You must be a member of MDS to view the following content in its entirety.

MDS Rating Scales
Webpage MDS Rating Scales

Scales and questionnaires are owned and licensed by MDS. This section includes access to the MDS-UPDRS and the UDysRS, as well as online training for each. (PD, O, H)

Evidence Based Medicine Publications
Downloadable Paper Evidence Based Medicine Publications

Downloadable Paper Handouts


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