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Parkinson's 2019 | Physician CMEs

SKU# Park 2019 Physicians

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$100.00

Quick Overview

To register please call Donna at 313-664-2605, Online and mail in registration closed. Program (PDF) 
This program offers two tracks: one for health care professionals, one for persons with Parkinson's disease and their family/friend care partners. This registration is physicians only.

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To register please call Donna at 313-664-2605, Online and mail in registration closed. Program (PDF) 
To register groups contact Donna MacDonald at: donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 313-664-2605
For more information view complete PROGRAM (PDF)

Goal
To educate health care professionals and family/friends who provide daily care for people with Parkinson’s.

Topics for Professional Track
LTC and Short Term Skilled Care: Challenges and Guidelines for Parkinson’s Care

· Patient Centered Care
· Barriers to Care
· Parkinson Population in Facilities

Parkinson’s Disease: Best Practices for Person Centered Care
What does Parkinson’s look like? How does it present itself? Understanding and Managing Episodes.
· What causes an “off episode?”
· Managing “freezing”
· Rigidity · Dyskinesia
· Scheduling activities around optimal medication effectiveness

Managing Medication for Better Health Outcomes
· Types of PD medications
· Timeliness, unique for each patient
· Impact of a missed dose
· Protocol for a missed or late dose
· Side effects
· Interactions with other drugs

How to Meet the Nutritional Needs of a Parkinson’s Patient

Advances in Translating Fall Risk Reduction for Older Adults in the Real World

Format
This program will offer a dual track:
• Health Care Professionals with CEU’s offered for RN’s, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapist, and speech pathologists.
• People with Parkinson’s and their care partnersThis program will provide clinically relevant information on the complexities of Parkinson disease and its management. The professional track of this symposium is ideal for physicians and a variety of healthcare professionals caring for persons affected by Parkinson's disease.

Please register by June 7, 2019. Request for refunds must be made by June 7, 2019 The registration fee minus a $25 processing fee will be refunded after the Symposium. No refunds will be given after June 7, 2019.

Additional Information
Additional Information Please register by June 7, 2019. Request for refunds must be made by June 7, 2019 The registration fee minus a $25 processing fee will be refunded after the Symposium. No refunds will be given after June 7, 2019. If you are a family/friend care partner or a Parkinson’s patient, special exceptions are made for refunds. For assistance, contact Donna MacDonald at 313-664-2605. FINANCIAL SUPPORT This program has been made possible by generous grants from Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Acorda Therapeutics, Acadia, Boston Scientific, The Recovery Project, Sunovion, and US WorldMeds. JOINT PROVIDERSHIP ACCREDITATION STATEMENT This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of Wayne State University School of Medicine and the Michigan Parkinson Foundation. The Wayne State University School of Medicine is accredited by this ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Wayne State University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Physicians should claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity.