Overview

A free informative session for patients and carers living with Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia, Essential Tremor and Tourette’s Syndrome. Refreshments provided after the session.

Keynote speakers

  • Professor Peter Silburn (Clinical Neurologist)
  • Professor Pankaj Sah (Director, Queensland Brain Institute)
  • A/Professor Terry Coyne (Neurosurgeon)
  • Local speaker (TBA)

Register 

Please register by 30 September 2022.

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Venue

Mantra on Salt Beach (View map).

Queries 

Janet Voight
Email: apcn@uq.edu.au
Phone: (07) 3346 6311 or 0429 634 918

 

With thanks to our partners

 

About the APCN

The Asia-Pacific Centre for Neuromodulation (APCN) is a world leader in the integration of research, education and clinical care.  APCN has strong links with international research and clinical networks on Neuromodulation technology and procedures and is a leading data hub for the Asia-Pacific region. The centre is a joint initiative of The University of Queensland at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital. 

About Parkinson's & Movement Disorders Information Sessions

In these information sessions, our Brisbane based team comprising of neurologist, neuro-surgeon, nurses and researchers reach out to local communities to provide support and information, on Deep Brain Stimulation, specifically for patients and carers of Parkinson’s, Dystonia, Essential Tremor and Tourette’s Syndrome. Those in attendance will be able to speak to our team and hear about Deep Brain Stimulation as a therapy and learn about the ongoing research in this area. It will also provide an opportunity to meet with other patients and carers in your local community.

Venue

Gunnamatta Ave, Kingscliff NSW 2487
Room: 
Mantra on Salt Beach