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You’ve just seen your doctor and they told you that you have a chronic disease, or you’ve been struggling with one (or more) for years now. You may be overwhelmed with the amount of information your doctor gave you about your new disease, or maybe you weren’t given any at all.  The doctor may have…

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PlatformQ Health was proud to present two posters – a traditional poster and an e-poster – at this year’s Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Alongside VP of Education Jayne Chaplick, Senior Medical Director Anne Roc attended to present the posters, which focus on insights from previous PQH educational initiatives. While at the meeting,…

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The Spring session of CMEpalooza featured two full days of live programming designed for the continuing medical education community. This year, PlatformQ Health (PQH) sent two delegates to the session titled Including Patients and Patient Advocacy Groups in Educational Planning & Delivery: How to Make It a “Win-Win”. Senior VP of Education, Kathryn Pucci, acted…

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PlatformQ Health is pleased to announce our education team will present two poster sessions at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology April 23 and 24 in Los Angeles, California. “We’re proud to be selected to share insights from two of our educational initiatives, one in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and another in…

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February is shaping up to be a busy time on the PlatformQ Health network. This month’s live broadcasts include a panel discussion on the new Heart Failure Guidelines and information about the latest treatment strategies for schizophrenia, as well as programs with Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) and Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)…

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Pseudobulbaa affect (PBA) typically presents as episodes of uncontrollable laughing or crying that is out of context to the current social situation. The patient’s emotional expression is incongruent to their emotional state. Usually, PBA is seen in the setting of other neurologic diseases such as ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzeihmer’s dementia, stroke, progressive MS, brain tumors,…

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