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Webinars

On the third Thursday of every month at 12 p.m. ET, join our free live webinars to learn about various aspects of living with Parkinson's disease and our work to speed medical breakthroughs. Log on, listen to the expert discussion and submit your own questions to our panelists.

And join us for other special free webinars throughout the year (dates and times to be announced) on varied topics of interest to the Parkinson's community.

Third Thursdays Webinars from 2018 and 2019 are available for CME credit for practicing health care professionals for two years from their air date. Register for an on-demand webinar to learn more. We apologize that we are not offering CME credit for webinars from 2020 forward. 


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    When Parkinson’s Hurts: Treatments for Managing Pain

    For many people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), pain is an uncomfortable reality. Stiff muscles, dystonia, constipation and nerve pain related to PD are common causes of pain – and up to 75…

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    Let’s Talk Taboos: Hard-To-Discuss Parkinson’s Symptoms

    Join our expert panelists as they get frank about some of the more difficult-to-discuss realities of living with Parkinson’s from drooling to bladder issues to memory problems to sexual dysfunction…

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    Everyday Exposures to Parkinson’s: Environmental Connections to the Disease

    Environmental factors — who you are, where you live, the air you breathe and the food you eat — can play a key role in Parkinson’s disease (PD). Emerging research is showing that pesticide and…

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    Therapies for Tomorrow: How Better Clinical Trial Design Leads to Better Treatments

    Clinical trials provide the structure for translating medical research into therapies for people with Parkinson’s. In transformative moves set in motion by research breakthroughs from the last year,…

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    New Year, New Moves! Explore Exercise for Life with Parkinson’s

    What’s the best exercise for Parkinson’s?

    It’s one of the most common questions we hear from people and families living with Parkinson’s disease, and the answer is often, “The one you…

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    Tools for Diagnosing and Visualizing Parkinson’s Disease

    DaTscan™ (Ioflupane I-123), which has been FDA-approved since 2011, has been a critical tool for doctors and researchers to help diagnose Parkinson’s. This year we have entered a new biological era…

The MJFF webinar series has been made possible through the leadership of members of our Parkinson's Disease Education Consortium in conjunction with The Albert B. Glickman Parkinson's Disease Education Program. These partners' support allows us to furnish high-quality educational content to the Parkinson's community while maintaining our commitment to allocate donor dollars to high-impact research. Editorial control of all Michael J. Fox Foundation-published content rests solely with the Foundation.

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