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Event

Managing delirium in Parkinson's

Webinar New

09 Dec 2022 15:00 - 16:30

Please note: There is restricted access to the live webinars. Access to the live webinars is for health professionals working in Parkinson’s services and a limited number of PD charity representatives and pharmaceutical representatives. If you are not granted access to the live webinar, you will be able to review the footage, which will be posted on our website shortly after the webinar has been conducted.

Parkinson's Academy will host a live webinar on Friday, 9 December at 15:00 GMT. You are invited to watch the webinar from your computer or tablet. We will be live for 1 hour and 30 minutes via Zoom and a recording will be available following the meeting.

15:00 – 15:45 Parkinson’s Academy Webinar

15:45 – 15:50 Break

15:50 – 16:30 Zambon UK Ltd satellite symposium

Parkinson's Academy webinar

Join Jacqueline Young & Dr Alistair Mackett as they discuss managing delirium in Parkinson's. In this session delegates will gain a greater understanding of what is delirium, how this relates to Parkinson’s Disease and the treatment options available.

Daiga Heisters

Head of Parkinson's Academy, Neurology Academy

Jacqueline Young

Specialist Dementia Nurse, Cambridge Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia and Related Disorders

Dr Alistair Mackett

Consultant Geriatrician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

This webinar has received sponsorship from Zambon UK Ltd. The first session in the webinar is designed and delivered by the Parkinson's Academy and sponsored by Zambon UK Ltd; the sponsor has had no input into the educational content or organisation of the session. The second session is a satellite symposium that is designed and delivered by Zambon UK Ltd.

Zambon UK Ltd satellite symposium:
Do clinical effects of Parkinson’s disease vary by gender?


Join Zambon UK’s promotional webinar where Dr Emily Henderson, Academic Consultant Geriatrician, Royal United Hospitals, Bath will present an overview of gender differences on clinical effects in Parkinson’s Disease patients treated in real-life conditions. Zambon UK’s medicine will be mentioned in this webinar.

This Satellite Symposium is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.

Prof Emily Henderson

Consultant Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Geriatrician, University of Bristol/Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust


This event is free to attend as a result of sponsorship from our sponsors. The current event sponsors are listed on this page. In the interest of Neurology Academy and our sponsors’ legitimate business interests, we make available your name, job title and workplace to our sponsors. It allows us to attract the most appropriate sponsors, delegates and speakers for the events and to facilitate potential collaboration and communication between you and the sponsors; and allows us to offer other relevant events and services to the healthcare and life science industries. You can ask us not to share your your name, job title and workplace by emailing info@neurologyacademy.org. We respect the privacy of every person for whom we have personal data. The group privacy and cookies policy can be viewed here.

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This webinar has received sponsorship from Zambon UK Ltd. The first session in the webinar is designed and delivered by the Parkinson's Academy and sponsored by Zambon U​K Ltd; the sponsor has had no input into the educational content or organisation of the session. The second session is a satellite symposium that is designed and delivered by Zambon UK Ltd.

CPD accreditation

We will apply for CPD accreditation from the Royal College of Physicians for this webinar.

Please note CPD Federation approval does not include satellite symposia sessions.

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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.