Parkinson's Advanced 2: on-demand
This is a fully virtual course comprising 17 on-demand sessions. Delegates will be able to access sessions, presentation slides and other resources for 12 months after payment and registration with their website account.
We value in-person learning but recognise that this can be a barrier to education, particularly if you're overseas or have caring responsibilities. Our Parkinson's Advanced MasterClass on-demand brings you all the exceptional content and delivery of our in-person courses from the same passionate expert speakers - all available virtually.
Wherever you are in the world, whatever your role, whatever the service style you are part of, this course will equip you with the knowledge you need to confidently meet the needs of those living with Parkinson's in your care.
The Parkinson's Advanced MasterClass on demand is specifically designed to further the knowledge and skillset of those who already have an understanding of Parkinson's diagnosis, treatment and management. Constantly updated to provide engaging teaching encompassing the latest research, policy and best practice, this practical, in-depth and case-based learning will move participants from 'knowledgeable' to 'expert'.
This on-demand course also features bonus sessions from our Parkinson's Cutting Edge conference last year, a selection of webinars focused on remote management, and a panel discussion unpicking ethical dilemmas and nuanced real-life cases.
Who is this course for?
This on-demand course is particularly intended to give opportunities for learning to those who can't access our in-person courses, whether due to working overseas or caring responsibilities.
The Advanced MasterClass is designed for consultants in elderly medicine, neurology or old age psychiatry, final year registrars, experienced Parkinson’s nurses, GPwERs, experienced neurosciences pharmacists, associate specialists and staff grade physicians.
What will the course involve?
This fully virtual course comprises 19 on-demand sessions delivered by practicing experts from across the spectrum of research, care and treatment required in optimal management of Parkinson's.
From setting up a service to utilising everyone in your team; improving diagnostic skills to managing neuropsychiatric issues; complex drugs management to inpatient care - this packed programme explores Parkinson's in all its variety and nuance. Digging into challenges and examining experiences through the core aspects of Parkinson's diagnosis, treatment and management, this course provides a very practical understanding of how to tailor provision to each individuals' needs.
The course also offers bonus sessions from our 2022 Parkinson's Cutting Edge Science conference, whilst extensive signposting to other relevant material such as remote management of Parkinson's, and a plethora of other resources and reading further enhance delegates' learning experience.
How is the course taught?
The fully virtual course is accessed in the delegates' own time via our designated online learning portal. The virtual sessions can be completed in a time frame and style that best suits each learner, whether compressed into a few days of concentrated learning, or spread out across several weeks or even months.
With supporting papers, tools, and resources shared online as well, each individual will be equipped to complete the course in the way that both optimises their learning experience and fits with their other commitments.
Upon completion of all sessions you will also receive a certificate to add to your portfolio.
Estimated time to complete the course:
With approximately 17 hours of video sessions plus further reading, we anticipate this course to take 4-5 days to complete.
Course cost and how to apply
The course will cost £550 incl. VAT* per person. To reserve your space on this course, you can now pay directly online. Please click the "Register and pay now" button and complete the payment process. Once your payment is successful, you will be invited to open your Neurology Academy account, to access the course resources.
*VAT is charged at the standard UK rate of 20%
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Register and pay for this course
To reserve your space on this course, you can now pay directly online. Once your payment is successful we will approve your eligibility and give you access to the course resources.
SpeakersDr Neil Archibald
Clinical director for neurology and stroke and consultant neurologist, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Sue Thomas
Independent healthcare consultant Dr David Okai
Clinical lead in neuropsychiatry, consultant neuropsychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Dr Richard Genever
Consultant physician & movement disorders lead, Chesterfield Royal Hospital Prof Sandy Thomson
Consultant physician and geriatrician, Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust Clare Lindley
Team leader PDNS, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Gemma Burgin
Parkinson’s nurse specialist for care of the elderly, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Karen Kite
Lead clinical pharmacist, Solihull Rural Primary Care Network (PCN) Dr Lara Teare
Clinical lead for neurology, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire Dr Ed Richfield
Consultant in elderly medicine, North Bristol NHS Trust Dr Richard Davenport
Consultant neurologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Prof Annette Hand
Professor of nursing – clinical academic, Northumbria University Prof Nicola Pavese
Consultant neurologist, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Dr Alison Yarnall
Clinical fellow, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University Dr Benjamin Glickstein
Consultant, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
'The things you can't get from the books'
Parkinson's Academy, our original and longest running Academy, houses 20 years of inspirational projects, resources, and evidence for improving outcomes for people with Parkinson's. Led by co-founder and educational director Dr Peter Fletcher, the Academy has a truly collegiate feel and prides itself on delivering 'the things you can't get from books' - a practical learning model which inspires all Neurology Academy courses.