Session Evaluations

Please take a moment to complete the evaluations of the sessions you attended during the 2021 Virtual AOPMC.

Friday, June 4

Pre-Congress Course 401: Practical Management of Movement Disorders – Part 1

Pre-Congress Course 401: Practical Management of Movement Disorders – Part 2

Development Session 301: How to Become a Successful Movement Disorders Neurologist: Success Stories from the MDS-AOS

Plenary Session 101: MDS-AOS Lectures and Junior Awards

Plenary Session 102: Phenotype Genotype in the MDS-AOS Region

 

Saturday, June 5

Plenary Session 103: Current and Future Therapies in Parkinson’s Disease: An “MDS-AOS Perspective”

Development Session 302: Skills Workshop for Young Members

Parallel Session 201: Parkinson’s Disease Biomarkers and Pathology

Parallel Session 202: Sleep-Related Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease and Atypical Parkinsonian Disorders

Parallel Session 203: Movement Disorders with Reversible Causes

 

Sunday, June 6

Plenary Session 105: Adapting Technologies for Parkinson’s Disease (Not the Other Way Around)

Parallel Session 204: Movement Disorders “East Versus West”

Parallel Session 205: Neurophysiological Approaches to Movement Disorders

Parallel Session 206: The Ophthalmological Examination: From Cornea to Cortex

Parallel Session 207: Functional Surgery

Parallel Session 208: Difficult-to-Treat Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease and Atypical Parkinsonian Disorders

Parallel Session 209: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s Disease

Parallel session 210: Proteinopathies and Movement Disorders

Parallel Session 211: Botulinum Toxins Therapy in Movement Disorders

Parallel Session 212: Movement Disorders Associated with CNS Infections

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