Thursday, May 26, 2022

Australasian Neuroscience Nurses' Association

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The Neuropsychiatry of Movement Disorders


The recording of the first webinar in the new ANNA Webinar Series is now available for viewing by members in the ANNA MEMBER PORTAL (login required)

Session Overview:

This webinar will identify common behavioral disturbances and what management strategies can be used for behavioral disturbances in movement disorders.

About Speaker:
Carly Oboudiyat is a Neurologist with specialty training in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry from Northwestern University in Chicago.  She attended medical school at New York University and Neurology training at the University of Miami, Florida. She is now working at the Neurogenetics clinic with Professor Carolyn Sue, where she sees patients with early onset Parkinson’s disease and mitochondrial disease.  Carly has an interest in neurodegenerative diseases, with previous research in biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease. She is currently orchestrating clinical trials at royal north shore hospital for patients with mitochondrial disease.

CPD Information:
Webinar attendance and completion of the reflection tool can be included in your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) portfolio. A certificate will be issued after the webinar.

Access the recorded webinar in the ANNA member portal at this LINK. Member login required.







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