Parkinson's Advanced MasterClass 40 – Module 1
The Advanced MasterClass is designed for consultants, experienced Parkinson’s nurses, final year registrars, final year old age psychiatry registrars, GPwERs, experienced neurosciences pharmacists, associate specialists and staff grade physicians.
Halifax Hall, Sheffield University Campus
Endcliffe Vale Road
To complete the course, delegates must return for module 2 where they will present their inter-module project/audit to the Academy.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for consultants, experienced Parkinson's nurses, final year registrars, GPwERs, associate specialists and staff grade physicians.
What will the course involve?
The course will advance understanding of Parkinson’s disease and related movement disorders through taught sessions and mentorship (a mentor will be appointed for each participant where applicable).
How is the course taught?
The course is taught through a range of learner-centred methods including formal lectures, interactive workshops, and projects. Additional seminars and learning opportunities will be undertaken more locally with your mentor and through distance learning.
Learners must complete a workplace service place audit during the six month break, before returning to Module 2 to present their findings. Audits are presented to peers in small groups with a faculty member, where each audit is discussed and critiqued and learners take part in voting for the best audit.
Last updated: 12/11/2021
'Parkinson's Advanced Masterclass 40A Module 1 & 2' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 23 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s). Full conditions of approval are listed in our guidelines.
12 External credits may be claimed for an MSc or equivalent activity.
Both modules of the course, including an audit, must be completed in order to receive the course certificate, enabling learners to claim the allocated CPD credits.
In-person and virtual attendance
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions will still be in place at the time of the MasterClass. Therefore, we will be limited to the number of people allowed in the room. With this in mind, we will be offering delegates the option of attending the MasterClass virtually. However, should you want to attend the MasterClass in person and have the chance to connect with the MasterClass speakers and network with your fellow delegates, please be assured that we will be following all the government safety advice at the time of the meeting with extra safety precautions of our own.
What will it cost?
The course will cost £850 (incl. VAT), which includes all meeting materials and an evening dinner for both modules. There is a reduced fee of £700 (incl. VAT) for delegates that attend the MasterClass virtually. Delegates are responsible for their own accommodation and travel costs. → Terms & conditions
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SpeakersDr Peter Fletcher
Consultant care of the elderly physician, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Dr Paul Worth
Consultant in neurology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge Sue Thomas
Independent healthcare consultant, NHS England Clinical Reference Group Member Neurology, Neurosurgery & Spinal Surgery Dr David Okai
Clinical lead in neuropsychiatry, consultant neuropsychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Dr Ross Dunne
Consultant old age psychiatrist, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Prof Iracema Leroi
Professor of geriatric psychiatry, Trinity College Dublin & Faculty, GBHI Dr Boyd Ghosh
Consultant Neurologist, New Hall Hospital Dr Neil Archibald
Clinical director for neurology and stroke and consultant neurologist, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Prof Emily Henderson
Associate professor in ageing and movement disorders and honorary consultant geriatrician., University of Bristol / Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust Dr Richard Genever
Consultant physician & movement disorders lead, Chesterfield Royal Hospital Dr Robin Fackrell
Consultant physician & specialist in Parkinson’s disease & related disorders, Royal United Hospital, Bath
'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.