23rd World Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders
August 19th – 22nd 2018, Lyon, France
The Congress will begin each morning and afternoon with Plenary Sessions providing overviews of the phenomenology, pathophysiology, and current diagnostic and therapeutic strategies of various movement disorders. These sessions will be followed by Parallel Tracks, permitting participants to select specific diagnostic or therapeutic areas for more concentrated study. A highlight of the congress will be the Grand Parade of Movement Disorders—an evening video session during which faculty and attendees will showcase the most interesting presentations of movement disorders from around the world. Experts will present Skills Workshops—practical sessions on deep brain stimulation surgeries, pump technologies, and botulinum toxin injections—as well as demonstrations on how to examine patients with movement disorders.
The final day will begin with Plenary Sessions on the emerging diagnostic tools and therapies in Parkinson disease and other movement disorders. The congress will be finished with debates on controversial issues facing the specialty today.
More information on this congress can be found here.