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  • REGISTRATION FEES AND DEADLINE INFO Online registration www.neurology.emory.edu/movement

    Parkinson’s Disease for the Clinician

    VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM

    Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders for the Clinician SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 • 8:30 AM–12:10 PM

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020 • 8:30 AM–12:10 PM

    Learning Objectives: Part I: Parkinson’s Disease Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Diagnose and treat Parkinson’s disease • Identify the cognitive, psychiatric and autonomic features of

    Parkinson’s disease • Determine appropriate candidates for deep brain stimulation and

    examine outcomes and possible adverse events • Recognize and diagnosis atypical parkinsonism.

    Learning Objectives: Part II: Hyperkinetic disorders Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Recognize and diagnose different hyperkinetic disorders: including

    Dystonia, chorea and Huntington’s disease, tics and Tourette syndrome and tremor

    • Recognize and diagnose ataxia disorders • Recognize tardive dyskinesia and determine appropriate treatment • Recognize the distinguishing features of the different botulinum

    toxins and their appropriate use.

    Parkinson’s Disease for the Clinician: September 26, 2020

    8:30 am–8:40 am Introduction 8:40 am–9:00 am Stewart Factor

    Motor features of Parkinson’s disease 9:00 am–9:20 am Christine Esper

    Medical therapy of Parkinson’s disease 9:20 am–9:40 am Adrianna Hermida

    Psychiatric Features of Parkinson’s disease 9:40 am–10:00 am Lenora Higginbotham

    Dementia in PD 10:00 am–10:20 am Break 10:20 am–10:40 am Camille Vaughan

    Autonomic features of Parkinson’s disease 10:40 am–11:00 am Daniel Huddleston

    Differential Diagnosis of parkinsonism 11:00 am–11:20 am Svjetlana Miocinovic

    Deep brain stimulation 11:20 pm–11:40 pm Q & A Speakers 11:40 am–12:10 am Video presentation

    Hyperkinetic Disorders for the Clinician: October 3, 2020

    8:30 am–8:40 am Introduction 8:40 am–9:00 am Hyder Jinnah

    Dystonia 9:00 am–9:20 am Laura Scorr

    Treatment of Dystonia 9:20 am–9:40 am Stewart Factor

    Tardive Syndromes 9:40 am–10:00 am Thomas Wichmann

    Chorea and Huntington’s 10:00 am–10:20 am Break 10:20 am–10:40 am Alan Freeman

    Tremor 10:40 am–11:00 am George Wilmot

    Ataxias 11:00 am–11:20 am Jorge Juncos

    Tics and Tourette syndrome 11:20 pm–11:40 pm Q & A Speakers 11:40 am–12:10 am Video presentationCall Cornelya Dorbin for more information at 404-796-4382.

  • SYMPOSIUM SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS

    WAYS TO REGISTER: ONLINE Use the fast and secure online form at www.neurology.emory.edu/movement

    MAIL Complete the form and mail with payment to: Emory University, Jean and Paul Amos Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program 6 Executive Park Drive NE, 273, Atlanta, Georgia, 30329

    REGISTRATION FEES AND DEADLINE INFO Online registration www.neurology.emory.edu/movement

    PAYMENT INFORMATION SINGLE $99 STUDENT FREE*

    Parkinson’s Disease for the Clinician V I R T U A L S Y M P O S I U M

    Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders for the Clinician

    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 8:30 AM–12:10 PM

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020 8:30 AM–12:10 PM

    QUESTIONS?

    Platinum: $15,000 As a Platinum Prevent Sponsor you’ll receive:

    Sponsorship of the Making Strides in Movement Virtual Symposium on Saturday, September 26 and October 3 including:

    • Registration for 10 attendees at the symposium • Recognition at symposium and logo on syllabus • Pre-Conference attendee insights • Post-Conference attendee engagement insights • Scrolling presentation during break - Logo, link, and description available in

    virtual exhibit hall • Live event chat with attendees • On-demand video presentation (5 minutes) • Your organization’s logo on the Emory website with a link to your website • Your organization’s name and logo on print materials • Your organization’s name and logo on our social media page

    Gold Sponsor: $10,000 As a Gold Educate Sponsor you’ll receive:

    • Registration for 6 attendees at the symposium • Recognition at symposium and logo on syllabus • Pre-Conference attendee insights • Post-Conference attendee engagement insights • Live event chat with attendees • On-demand video presentation (3 minutes) • Your organization’s logo on the Emory website with a link to your website • Your organization’s name and logo on print materials

    Silver Sponsor: $7,500 As a Silver Sponsor you’ll receive:

    • Registration for 3 attendees at the symposium • Recognition at symposium and logo on syllabus • Live event chat with attendees • Your organization’s logo on the Emory website with a link to your website • Your organization’s name and logo on print materials

    Bronze Sponsor: $5,000 As a Bronze Sponsor you’ll receive:

    • Your organization’s name listed on the Emory Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Website and print materials that include the syllabus

    Attendee Local Non-Profit: $150 • One ticket to attend the Symposium

    Call Cornelya Dorbin at 404-712-1416.

    Learning Objectives: Part I: Parkinson’s Disease September 26, 2020 Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Diagnose and treat Parkinson’s disease

    • Identify the cognitive, psychiatric and autonomic features of Parkinson’s disease

    • Determine appropriate candidates for deep brain stimulation and examine outcomes and possible adverse events

    • Recognize and diagnosis atypical parkinsonism.

    Learning Objectives: Part II: Hyperkinetic disorders October 3, 2020 Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Recognize and diagnose different hyperkinetic disorders:

    including Dystonia, chorea and Huntington’s disease, tics and Tourette syndrome and tremor

    • Recognize and diagnose ataxia disorders

    • Recognize tardive dyskinesia and determine appropriate treatment

    • Recognize the distinguishing features of the different botulinum toxins and their appropriate use.

    *Residents, fellows and medical students are strongly encouraged to attend.

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    Title __________________________________________________

    Email Address __________________________________________

  • Parkinson’s Disease for the Clinician Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders

    for the Clinician

    September 26 & October 3

    SPEAKERS

    This virtual symposium, 2020, has been reviewed and is acceptable for Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Parkinson’s Disease for the Clinician: September 26, 2020

    8:30 am–8:40 am Introduction 8:40 am–9:00 am Stewart Factor

    Motor features of Parkinson’s disease 9:00 am–9:20 am Christine Esper

    Medical therapy of Parkinson’s disease 9:20 am–9:40 am Adrianna Hermida

    Psychiatric Features of Parkinson’s disease 9:40 am–10:00 am Lenora Higginbotham

    Dementia in PD 10:00 am–10:20 am Break 10:20 am–10:40 am Camille Vaughan

    Autonomic features of Parkinson’s disease 10:40 am–11:00 am Daniel Huddleston

    Differential Diagnosis of parkinsonism 11:00 am–11:20 am Svjetlana Miocinovic

    Deep brain stimulation 11:20 pm–11:40 pm Q & A Speakers 11:40 am–12:10 am Video presentation

    Hyperkinetic Disorders for the Clinician: October 3, 2020

    8:30 am–8:40 am Introduction 8:40 am–9:00 am Hyder Jinnah

    Dystonia 9:00 am–9:20 am Laura Scorr

    Treatment of Dystonia 9:20 am–9:40 am Stewart Factor

    Tardive Syndromes 9:40 am–10:00 am Thomas Wichmann

    Chorea and Huntington’s 10:00 am–10:20 am Break 10:20 am–10:40 am Alan Freeman

    Tremor 10:40 am–11:00 am George Wilmot

    Ataxias 11:00 am–11:20 am Jorge Juncos

    Tics and Tourette syndrome 11:20 pm–11:40 pm Q & A Speakers 11:40 am–12:10 am Video presentation

    AGENDA

    JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM

    Residents, fellows and medical students are strongly encouraged to attend.