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Movement Disorders Resource GuideClick here to chat with a librarian

Find resources for Movement Disorders, including eBooks, journalsdatabases, guidelines, education and training, websites and patient information, multimedia, and research by clicking through the blue tabs above. If you have suggestions for additional guides or require research assistance, contact us at

Australian Prescriber

Tremors, irregular movements and stiffness may be signs of adverse drug reactions. How do you recognise, distinguish and treat drug-induced movement disorders?

MDS Podcast

Stay up to date on novel, clinically-relevant research findings in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Each episode of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society podcast discusses a relevant development in the field, including highlighted journal articles and interviews with the authors.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review

This episode of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review podcast provides an overview of movement disorders.

Neurology Podcast

This episode overs movement disorder emergencies, featuring discussion between podcast editors Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff and Dr. Jason Crowell.

Talking Sleep

This episode of Talking Sleep, looks at sleep-related movement disorders. Dr. Afifa Uzzaman discusses when movements during sleep are incidental and when they are cause for concern. She also discusses common sleep-related movements in patients with Parkinson’s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Mayo Clinic Laboratories

The video below discusses the spectrum of autoimmune movement disorders and explores diagnosis and treatment.


Pharmac is the New Zealand government agency that decides which medicines and related products are funded in New Zealand. The below video discusses movement disorders.

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