Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialist Association virtual conference

Join the Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialist Association online in 2021 for their annual conference - Zooming forward: challenges and complexity in Parkinson’s.

Online (register for details)
2 days
Event / learning type
Continuing professional development

The Parkinson's Disease Nurse Specialist Association (PDNSA) are delighted to announce the return of their annual conference.

The conference, titled Zooming forward: challenges and complexity in Parkinson’s, is being hosted online by the PDNSA, with support from the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network.

Open exclusively for all registered nurses or members of the PDNSA, the event will be taking place across 2 days, beginning on Wednesday 8 September and continuing on Thursday 9 September.

Through high quality, interactive educational sessions and discussion, the event will provide delegates with a platform to enhance their personal and professional development, benchmark their practice and update their knowledge and skills.

During the event, there will be debates, case studies and presentations from leading experts on a variety of topics, including:

  • Challenges in recognising ‘red flags’ for differential diagnosis
  • Sexual health in Parkinson’s
  • Impact of anxiety in Parkinson’s
  • Diet and appetite in Parkinson’s.

An international nurse panel will exploring lessons learned from the pandemic and the influence on models of care.

The PDNSA will also be welcoming attendance from the following Pharma companies for the educational symposia: AbbVie, Bial Pharma UK, Britannia Pharmaceutical Ltd, EVER Pharma, GE Healthcare, Global Kinetics Corporation, Kyowa Kirin International plc, Merz Pharma UK Ltd, PD Neurotechnology Ltd and Profile Pharma Ltd (a subsidiary of Zambon SpA).

The event will be held over Zoom and attendees will receive further details upon registering for the event on Eventbrite.

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