Join us at the University of Ioannina for a transformative 5-day Summer School program on Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders. This program is ideal for advanced medical students and postgraduates in medicine, nursing, speech therapy, and physiotherapy.
You’ll gain in-depth knowledge in diagnosing and treating Parkinson’s disease, differentiating it from other movement disorders, and managing both motor and non-motor symptoms. The course includes hands-on training in the application of botulinum toxin and interactive multimedia-based workshops.
Join us for this enriching experience in the picturesque setting of Ioannina, Greece, and advance your expertise in neurology.
Applications are open until April 30, 2024
Delve into a comprehensive learning experience with our Summer School, focusing on neurology and movement disorders. Gain crucial insights into Parkinson’s disease, master the diagnosis of various movement disorders, and enhance your skills with practical, advanced treatment techniques. This program is your gateway to refined clinical abilities, valuable networking, and a path towards leadership in neurological care. Join us to advance your expertise and make significant contributions to healthcare.
Gain comprehensive knowledge in diagnosing and differentiating Parkinson’s disease from atypical parkinsonian syndromes.
Learn to apply effective treatment methods for both early and advanced stages of Parkinson’s disease, including the management of non-motor symptoms.
Acquire skills to identify and treat a range of movement disorders such as chorea, dystonia, ataxia, and tics.
Develop the ability to conduct differential diagnoses for various drug-induced, autoimmune, metabolic, and functional movement disorders.
Receive practical training in the neurological applications of botulinum toxin in small, interactive groups
Complete the program and earn 2 ECTS credits, enhancing your academic credentials.
A Team of Renowned Experts Committed to Advancing Your Medical Knowledge and Skills
Situated in this historic city, the program is not just about learning—it’s an exploration of culture and history. Participants will enjoy academic excellence at the University of Ioannina and discover local treasures.
Set against the backdrop of Epirus, with its sessions in Ioannina, our Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Summer School 2024 offers a unique blend of education and exploration. This ancient region, known for its rugged mountains and rich history, provides an inspiring setting for in-depth learning. In Ioannina, a city steeped in culture, participants will engage with experts at the University of Ioannina and explore historical sites like the Archaeological Museum and the Castle of Ioannina. The experience expands to the wider Epirus region with excursions to the Ancient Theater of Dodona, Ancient Nicopolis, Preveza, and the picturesque Zagori Villages. Join us for a journey that combines the pursuit of knowledge with the discovery of Greece’s timeless heritage
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Book your accommodation independently, ensuring flexibility and allowing you to choose lodging options that best suit your preferences and needs. Keep in mind, in order to assist with your stay, our organizing committee has secured a special quote from the Grand Serai Hotel
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Applicants must demonstrate a high level of English proficiency, and have a background in medical studies – preferably at an advanced level or postgraduate level. This includes students of medicine post graduates in nursing, speech therapy, and physiotherapy, as well as professionals in the medical field.
Selection is based on the evaluation and scoring of the applicant's CV, with a focus on academic achievements, particularly in neurology.
Yes, a dedicated platform for all updates and announcements will be available.
No, scholarships are not offered for this program.
Applications open on February 5 , 2024.
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