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We hope you will take advantage of this free online course to advance your knowledge of how to best deliver care for people with Parkinson’s and their families. If you are new to webcasting technology, you can read a bit more about this resource below. If you know everything you need to know, go ahead and get started with your registration here.

What is a webcast?
Webcast will allow you to view video broadcasts of the nursing symposium from any computer with high-speed Internet access.  Because the live course has already taken place, you can no longer submit questions directly to the speakers.

Do I have to register to watch?
Yes, registration is required for us to follow compliancy rules for our CNE provider, the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses.

You can register at any time and  come back to the webcast multiple times to finish watching the sessions.  We don’t expect you to watch all the sessions in one sitting.  This is the great thing about webcast technology, you can the program in bits based on what is convenient for you.

Register here

Registration fee?
This course is free. The event hosts want to ensure maximum exposure of what we believe to be a valuable program for nurses and something that will ultimately help provide better care to people who are living with Parkinson’s.

Can I broadcast this to others?
If you are teaching a nursing class, we would be pleased if you would share this resource with your students. You can do this by broadcasting the the course in class, one talk at a time, when it is convenient to your teaching schedule.  If your students want to test themselves and get educational credit, they would then need to sign up themselves and take the four, short online tests to get their own certificate.

When can I watch the symposium?
The course is available for you to watch 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

   
 
   
   
 
 
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American Parkinson Disease Association, National Parkinson Foundation, Parkinson's Disease Foundation