Plenary Sessions - XIX World Congress on Parkinson's Disease and Related Disorders
Welcome Message
Dear Colleague,

The WFN Association of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders is proud to offer the association’s first ever webcasts of the XIX World Congress held in Shanghai, China, December 11-14, 2011.

All plenary and Educational Track sessions were recorded, offering approximately 23 hours of online educational content. The webcasts give you access to full multimedia presentations (laser pointer movements of the speakers, PowerPoint animations, embedded video files and more). All talks are also available for download as video podcasts.

Register now and begin accessing the quality educational presentations.

Register Here!
Please log on to the members only part of the Association for Parkinsonism and Related Disorders site and then click on the link to the webcasts that will automatically link you to view the webcasts without logging on again. Return to the association site by clicking here and log on to the members only part.

Register (free) with MULTIWEBCAST to view the webcasts by clicking on the blue dot to the left, or become a member with the Association for Parkinsonism and Related Disorders by clicking here.

Search'n Build
Thanks to the "Search'n Build" you can create a unique collection of slides with voiceover based on a simple keyword search: Click here to try it!

Webcast App for iPhone/iPad/iPod
To access the presentation through the new "TALKS on the GO" iPhone/iPad/iPod Webcast App, visit or download through the App Store by searching for: Talks on the Go (Latest version 1.1.0 of the Application features an advanced search engine giving results by relevance according to slide content). Once installed on your device, simply enter your username and password.

Talks on the Go - APRD webcast on iPhone/iPad

If you have any difficulties accessing the webcasted presentations or downloading the podcast, please contact the Multiwebcast Support Team at

We would like to sincerely thank all speakers for their valuable support in making this educational webcast possible.

Kind regards,
WFN Association of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders