Social Media

Social Media at the International Congress

International Congress attendees pose for a photo in Vancouver, BC.Attendees of the International Congress in Nice are encouraged to connect using social media! We will be tweeting and posting on Facebook, so make sure to connect with us to stay informed, hear the latest news, see our newest photos and videos, and have your questions answered.

Meet the Society's International Congress Social Media Ambassadors.

Some pages on our site allow you to easily "share" with your friends! Use this feature to help your friends stay up to date, or to let them know about fun ways to get involved and raise awareness.

Facebook

Use Facebook to communicate with friends at the International Congress

Ask us questions, check out our photos from past Congresses and workshops, and connect with the MDS community at-large. With close to 8,000 members across the globe, you'll want to be a part of the action!

Twitter

Use Twitter to tweet messages about the International Congress

The Society's Congress Twitter hashtag is #MDSCONGRESS. Use this to talk directly to us or to mention us in your posts. Close to 6,000 people now follow MDS on Twitter - don't be left out!

What do I tweet about?

Anything related to the Congress! Is there something you're particularly looking forward to at the Congress? Is there something you hope will be included in the program? Do you have memories from the 2018 Congress in Hong Kong or the 2017 Congress in Vancouver? Are you here as a first time attendee? Presenting an abstract? Speaking at the MDS Pavilion? Tweet about it!

YouTube

Visit our YouTube page and check out the latest MDS videos.

Search "TheMovementDisorders" on YouTube to watch Society videos. Many key leaders as well as young members of the Society are featured in interviews recorded at the International Congress.

 


For More Information

International Secretariat
555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA
Phone: +1 (414) 276-2145
Fax: +1 (414) 276-3349
E-mail: congress@movementdisorders.org

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