Website Editions

Welcome from the Website Co-Editors

         

Brandon Barton, MD, and Santiago Perez-Lloret, MD, PhD, the MDS Website Co-Editors, oversee content of the Society's website. Each time you visit, you can look forward to reading about new features, educational offerings, resources, and news from the field of Movement Disorders.

Read November/December 2019 Edition


The Society website highlights special features of interest to visitors every other month. Please click on the tab below to access past editions.

On the go? Access the MDS website easily from your smart phone or tablet and find the same great content in mobile format. You can browse through the Video Library for the latest Movement Disorders Journal and Movement Disorders Clinical Practice videos. Read the latest Evidence Based Medicine articles or view and download MDS Rating Scales. Or, connect with colleagues and friends around the world on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.

 
Policy on Submitted Material for the MDS Website

MDS welcomes suitable submissions to the website from external organizations and individuals. The content must be relevant to the field of Movement Disorders. This may include:

Disease/patient foundations/charities in the field of Movement Disorders and patient/physician educational material from non-profit organizations. MDS may accept material that is paid/sponsored by for-profit organizations with the understanding that the content is used for unrestricted educational purposes. 

All submissions should be made via the MDS website and will be reviewed for content and suitability. The final decision for posting will be made by the MDS Website Editors. 

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