The primary goal of this program is to improve Movement Disorders education in majority of Neurology fellows during their training across Pakistan.
This education will provide graduating Neurologists in Pakistan with enhanced knowledge, skills and attitude for diagnosis and management of Common Movement Disorders seen as part of routine Neurology practice. This will also form a strong foundation for interested graduates to pursue a second fellowship in Movement Disorders within or outside Pakistan. The program will work in tandem with ALL ongoing efforts in Movement Disorders education, clinical care and research in Pakistan.
This course is intended to enhance Movement Disorders (MD) training using blended learning, the most modern teaching methodology, including online lectures, reading assignments, tasks, quizzes and formative assessments. The guided course will be delivered to a small group of enthusiastic and motivated cohorts, which will create a community of learning.
This course is voluntary but challenging, requiring 6-8 hours per week minimum with required assignments every week. You will be expected to perform at a minimum level to retain your place in this course and to perform within one standard deviation of the group average to graduate from the course. Those successfully completing the course will receive a certificate from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
The course is mainly intended for health care providers taking care of patients with Movement Disorders.
Impart knowledge and skills that will be helpful in diagnosing and treating patients with movement disorders.
Close the gap in sub-specialty education where it exists internationally.
This course promises to increase your professional development globally.
At the conclusion of this course, the participant should be better able to
- Examine patients with movement disorders
- Determine movement disorder treatment options
- Employ specialized skills in movement disorders
Danish Bhatti MD FAAN
Associate Professor - Department of Neurological Sciences
Director - International Neurology & Observership Program
Co-Director - Multidisciplinary Parkinson's Disease Clinic
Associate Director - Movement Disorders Fellowship Program
Please submit the application using the link below. The final selection will be done the by the course committee.
Applications will Open up on March 1st 2022 and Deadline to fill application will be March 30th, 2022