Continuing Education
Information regarding continuing education credits at the 6th World Parkinson Congress will be added to this page as it becomes available.

Certificate of Attendance
Each delegate, regardless of registration category, will receive a Certificate of Attendance via email post WPC. This is NOT the same as receiving continuing education credits. If you wish to receive continuing education credits this process needs to be requested prior to the WPC and can be done during the registration process or by writing to The fee for educational credits will be announced as we approach the congress.

Certificates of attendance will be provided by email to all WPC 2022 delegates after the completion of the Congress.

If you are registering for WPC 2022 through a travel agent, be sure that they include your e-mail in the registration to avoid the certificate being sent to the travel agency after the congress.

Certificates of attendance are not considered evidence of continuing education credit. You can sign up to receive continuing education credits during registration.

Target Audience
The target audience of the 6th World Parkinson Congress included medical doctors, researchers,& postdoctoral fellows, nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, students, care partners and people with Parkinson's. Delegates should have an interest in current research on Parkinson's, new care models and treatments for Parkinson's and want to understand best care practices of Parkinson's disease.

Overall Learning Objectives
The overall Congress objective is to provide an international forum for dialogue on the latest scientific discoveries, medical practices and caregiver initiatives related to Parkinson’s disease (PD). By bringing physicians, neuroscientists, broad range of other health professionals, care partners, and people with Parkinson’s (PwPs) together, we hope to expedite the discovery of a cure, cultivate better treatment practices for those living with PD, and to show the health professionals in attendance that they can learn more about Parkinson's disease by cross-pollinating with experts outside of their daily world.
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