The California Department of Public Health was tasked with developing a Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Registry a couple of years ago. On Saturday, September 26, 10am-noon, the department will share with the public their findings to date. Register now as space is limited.
Kaiser Sacramento movement disorder specialist Dr. Suketu Khandhar will explain to the PD community the significance and uses of the registry data.
During the virtual conference, attendees will discover:
- What has been learned
- Commitment of the California Department of Public Health to the Parkinson’s community
- Next steps
Register for free for the virtual conference here. Select how many “Tickets” you would like and then click on the yellow REGISTER button. You will be asked for other information, including an email address.
For additional conference details, including information on speakers and the agenda, see this website.
As always, even if you are not able to attend the virtual conference, we suggest you register for it as you will be alerted about the availability of a conference recording.
If you have any questions about the virtual conference, please contact the Parkinson Association of Northern California (PANC), one of the organizers of the virtual conference, by email or phone (916-357-6641).
For questions on the California Parkinson’s Disease Registry, please contact the California Department of Public Health by email or phone (916-731-2500, ext 3).