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About Education from the Parkinson’s Foundation

Advancing knowledge about Parkinson’s disease to help improve care.

The Parkinson’s Foundation is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) by improving care and advancing research toward a cure.

The Parkinson’s Foundation Learning Lab offers a variety of online accredited education courses to further your knowledge of Parkinson’s, its symptoms and best practices rooted in evidence-based research. Activities featured on the AMA Ed Hub cover topics such as the diagnosis, treatment and pharmacological management of PD and how to optimize hospital care for patients with PD (who are at increased risk for hospitalization). Learners will gain valuable information about how to provide high-quality, culturally competent Parkinson’s care.

These educational offerings from the Parkinson's Foundation support a wide variety of medical professionals, whether you are a physician, medical professional in training, physician assistant, nurse, psychologist, social worker or community health provider. Incidence of Parkinson's disease is on the rise, with over 90,000 new diagnoses each year. No matter your discipline, you will treat someone with Parkinson's disease at some point. These courses will prepare you to provide better care for these people by increasing your knowledge of the disease.

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