A in depth update for primary care physicians
The World Parkinson’s Program (WPP) is hosting an educational seminar in conjunction with the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario (CPSO). The event will run for the better part of the day, starting at 7:00 am and ending around 1:00 pm.
A wide array of diagnosis and treatment related to the Parkinson’s Disease will be covered at the seminar co-hosted by a group of Medical Doctors. Each will cover a different session, as follows:
SESSION 1: Challenges Faced by General Practitioners in Diagnosing and Managing Parkinson’s Disease
–Lance Brian Majl, MD
SESSION 2: Signs and Symptoms of Early and Late Stage Parkinson’s Disease: Motor and Non-motor
– Renato Munhoz, MD
SESSION 3: Mental Health and Parkinson’s Disease
– Mateusz Zurowski, MD
SESSION 4: Differential Diagnosis, Treatment Options and the Role of Medication
– Abdul Qayyum Rana, MD
There will also be a nutrition break in between sessions and a Questions and Answer period at the end of the day. Attendees are expected to leave the conference with a stronger understanding of the following:
- Gaps in diagnosis and management of PD in primary care practice
- Motor and non-motor symptoms of PD
- How to effectively manage patient complications related to PD
- The psychiatric complications faced by patients with PD
Tickets are $100 each and going fast, so you can register HERE to secure your spot at the CPSO accredited event.
Who: World Parkinson’s Program
What: Parkinson’s Disease Physician’s Conference
When: Saturday, November 9th 2019
Where: Courtyard Marriott, 7095 Woodbine Ave, Markham, ON L3R 1A3
The WPP is a not-for-profit and registered Canadian charity with a global mission to lift impoverished PD patients out of extreme suffering and immobility. The charity was founded in 2008 by Dr. A.Q. Rana, a renowned neurologist and medical doctor, founded by world-renowned Canadian neurologist, Dr. A.Q.Rana.