Parkinson's Disease Spotlight Webinar Series

APDA is pleased to present this special series of educational programs to allow people with Parkinson's, their care-partners, families and medical professionals to gain insight into the treatment and management of Parkinson's symptoms and quality of life. These programs are archived to offer the option of listening at your convenience.

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Spotlight on Parkinson's Disease
Staying on Your Feet – Balance Matters

Support for this program was provided by
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originally presented on October 18, 2016

Spotlight on Parkinson's Choices:
Playing an Active Role in your Treatment Plan

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originally presented on August 17, 2016


Spotlight on Well Being - It's a Family Affair

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originally presented on April 26, 2016

Spotlight on Clinical Trials -
What You Need to Know

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riginally presented on February 9, 2016


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Spotlight on Treatment Advances

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originally presented on January 26, 2016


You can now listen to our Spotlight Series on iTunes!
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Public Health Live – Parkinson's Disease:
The Importance of an Interdisciplinary Approach for Identification, Treatment and Patient Support.

Public Health Live programming developed in partnership with APDA, the New York State Department of Health and the University at Albany, School of Public Health.

Click here for the archived webcast,
originally presented on January 21, 2016

Speaker: Miran Salgado, MD, Chairman, Department of Neurosciences, New York Methodist Hospital & Medical Director, American Parkinson Disease Association Information and Resource Center at New York Methodist Hospital
This program offers the following Continuing Education opportunities:

  • Continuing Nurse Education Contact Hours (CNE) - 1 nursing contact hour(s).
  • Continuing Medical Education Contact Hours (CME) - a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
  • Certified Health Education Specialists/Master Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES/MCHES) - up to 1.0 total Category I contact education contact hours. Maximum advanced-level continuing education contact hours available are 0.
  • (CNE, CME and CHES/MCHES credits are offered until February 2019)
  • Social Work - 1 social work self-study continuing education hour. (Social Work credits are offered until 12/31/2017)