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Other Parkinsonian Disorders
Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
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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
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.
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.
Estimated Completion Time per Module: 1 hour
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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)
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