Multiprofessional Care Integration Challenges

Vertigo and Dizziness

From Diagnosis to Reahabilitation

20-I07
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October 2nd 2020 - November 20th 2020
COURSE COORDINATORS
João Paço (MD, PhD) , 
Maria Manuel Henriques (MD)
COURSE PRESENTATION
Vertigo is among the most common symptom presented to doctors, with a lifetime prevalence of around 20% to 30%. It is not a separate disease but a multisensory and sensorimotor syndrome with various etiologies and pathogeneses.

This postgraduate course covers vertigo and dizziness from diagnosis to complementary medical exams and surgical therapeutics, including vestibular rehabilitation.

Sessions with top-notch national experts include lectures, clinical cases and practice sessions.
TARGET AUDIENCE
ENT Medical doctors and Residents; Neurology MD and Residents; Audiologists; Physiotherapists.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES >> KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO DEVELOP
  1. Identify and deal with the several diseases that cause vertigo and dizziness.
  2. How to evaluate the dizzying patient.
  3. Recognize the medical and psychological implications of this patology.
  4. Identify what are the best therapeutic options according each patology and each patient
ADMISSION CRITERIA
  • Academic background in the mentioned specialties.
  • Other Doctors and health professionals can also be considered for admission after evaluation of their specific motivation.

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