PFNCA Parkinson’s Pointers Lecture Series is normally live-streamed to community locations. It is currently referred to as Parkinson’s Pointers @Home — available for viewing at home in response to Covid-19.
The February 18th PFNCA Parkinson’s Pointers lecture titled, “Make the most of your visit with your Movement Disorder Specialist: Communication and support needed to enhance or create a care team through your journey”, featured Dr. Pritha Ghosh of The George Washington University, for a presentation and live Q&A via Zoom.
Dr. Ghosh discussed why you need a Movement Disorder Specialist (MDS), how to locate one, and the best practices for coordination between your MDS and your other doctors.
Click here to view the slides of the presentation.
If you enjoyed this installment of Parkinson’s Pointers then please check out our upcoming 2021 PFNCA Symposium:
The program includes important information to help people with Parkinson’s live well. It will take place virtually beginning April 5, 2021. This year’s highlights include:
- Forty (40) sessions, including 36 view on demand presentations by 35 physicians that specialize in Parkinson’s and four live sessions. Sessions are available beginning April 5th.
- Two question and answer sessions with members of the PFNCA Medical Advisory Board.