When: Friday, April 12, 2013
Location: OHSU School of Nursing
3455 SW US Veterans Hospital Road
This workshop is designed to develop skills in state-of-theart
therapy strategies for treating people with psychiatric
symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Didactic presentations by
expert specialists will be paired with case study exercises
modeling best practice care strategies.
People with Parkinson’s disease face a higher incidence
of depression, anxiety and medication-related psychosis
that worsens disease symptoms and quality of life for
both patients and caregivers. This course will focus on
pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions
based on clinical and research experience of specialists.
Register online at www.ohsubrain.com/pco
M.D., Psy.D., Ph.D.:
$200 or $250 after March 21, 2013
*Including CME credit fee total cost is $235 or
$285 after March 21.
N.P., P.A., M.S.W.:
$150 or $200 after March 21, 2013
*Including CME credit fee total cost is $185 or
$235 after March 21.
*If you want to claim CME credit, there is a $35
CME certificate processing fee.
Class sizes limited. Full refund available until March 15, 2013;
50% until March 29, 2013; no refund thereafter.
For more information:
Visit www.ohsu.edu/pco or contact Julie Carlson at
503-494-9054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is
accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continued Medical
Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians