Parkinson's Tailored Management Course: Module 2 now launched!

02 Aug 2021

The Parkinson's Tailored Management course module 2 comprises 6 virtual sessions addressing a broad range of non-motor symptoms in a thematic way. Intended to be completed following Module 1 on medicines management, it is aimed at relatively newly qualified Parkinson's Nurse Specialists and should be considered pre-course training.

Louise Ebenezer

Clinical Nurse Specialist for Parkinson’s disease, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Jane Price

Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Advanced Practitioner, Powys Teaching Health Board

The series has been developed by Louise Ebenezer, PDNS in South Wales, and Jane Price, PDNS and chair of the PDNS Association.

The complete non-motor module comprises:

  1. Neuropsychiatric part 1 (mood disorders)

  2. Neuropsychiatric part 2 (cognition)

  3. Autonomic part 1 (bladder, bowel, sexual dysfunction, and orthostatic hypotension)

  4. Autonomic part 2 (speech, swallowing, nausea and dysphagia)

  5. Sleep (including daytime sleepiness, sweating and restless legs)

  6. Sensory processing and pain

Each session includes:

  • A detailed teaching video by Jane and Louise

  • A complex case study, or several short case studies, highlighting both the non-motor symptoms being focussed on in the session, and their potential interrelationship with other non-motor symptoms.

  • A range of supportive literature including relevant journal articles, papers, assessment tools and patient-facing information, as appropriate.

  • A set of three multiple-choice questions based on that session's content to test your knowledge.

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