For APPs By APPs
The Association of Movement Disorder Advanced Practice Providers (AMDAPP™) is a professional network built for APPs by APPs in movement and related disorders to connect, refuel their inspiration, deep dive into further education, and collaborate to enhance the lives of their patients. AMDAPP™ is the only network for movement and related disorder APPs, based on available data to be more than 30,000 strong.
AMDAPP’s origins began in 2019 when the Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance (PMD Alliance) recognized the need for an organized, collective network to ensure there is support for an essential part of the Movement Disorder Care & Support Ecosystem©. As a first step, the APProvider™ Advisory Board was created to build a continuum of services including an online discussion group, APP-specific continuing medical education (CME) courses, and a first-of-its-kind APP Congress.
Now, as a stand-alone association, AMDAPP™ believes the APP whole-person, patient-centric approach to care continues to align closely with the philosophies and practices of PMD Alliance. This synergistic relationship will inform, empower, and enrich APPs and their patients for years to come
- A care team that fully integrates, recognizes and celebrates the unique offerings and expertise of each care team member
- An integrated network consisting exclusively of APPs able to share resources, information and work collaboratively to enhance the lives of people they each serve that are impacted by movement and related disorders
- A field of APPs fully trained, with ongoing education, ensuring the highest level of skill and competency
Meredith Hatcher, PA
June Halper, MSN, APN-C, MSCN, FAAN
Zoltan Mari, MD FAAN
Joan Miravite, DNP
Kelly Papesh, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC
Kelly is a doctorally-trained and board-certified family nurse practitioner. She has extensive experience as an advanced practice provider in neurology, with over seven years of experience managing and specializing in movement disorders.
Meet our Executive Director
“I am so proud to represent AMDAPP and the community of NPs & PAs working in movement disorders. There is a clear need for our community of peers to connect, share resources and experiences, and to elevate the APP within the multidisciplinary team. AMDAPP is the home for APPs to find just that!”
“Stay connected, be inspired! ” – Kelly