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Lunchtime Laboratory August Webinar
Tuesday August 05, 2014 - 12:00PM
WATCH & PARTICIPATE ONLINE at http://nwpf.org/stay-informed/telehealth/topics/medication-management/
The first installment of the new LUNCHTIME LABORATORY webinar series is on July 8, 2014 at 12:00pm PDT.
The world of Parkinson’s disease medications can be complex to navigate, but it doesn’t need to be a mystery! In this webinar, Lisa Mann, RN, BSN, MA, will shed light the pitfalls and barriers to tapping in to the best possible management of symptoms. Learn critical information and practical strategies that you can use while working with your doctor to achieve your best possible benefit and quality of life. This program will include information about timing, identifying intended therapeutic effect and side effects for common anti-Parkinson medications, and what you can do to be proactive in managing your medications and treatment plan.
The following link will allow you to register for this free program. You will receive an automatic reminder as the event nears. The reminder email will provide you with the link to join the webinar or you can return here to join. A document that covers several frequently asked questions about accessing the webinar and other technical issues can be found here.
If this is your first webinar with us, please plan to join the webinar at least 15 minutes before the webinar start time. This will allow time for your computer to download the software add-on in your browser.
Lisa Mann, RN, BSN, MA, is the Education Director and Team Care Coordinator for the OHSU Parkinson Center. She is responsible for a wide range of patient care and community outreach activities. Her position includes managing the movement disorders clinic, providing integrated support to persons with Parkinson’s and their families, and developing and implementing community education and outreach programs to enhance patient, family, and community understanding of Parkinson’s disease. She is an expert in forming and sustaining comprehensive multidisciplinary care teams.
Brought to you by
Northwest Parkinson's Foundation & Parkinson's Resources of Oregon