Results of 2011 National Parkinson's Audit
11 June 2012
The results of our 2011 National Parkinson's Audit have
been published today.
Our annual National Parkinson's
Audit, which has been running since 2009, helps healthcare
organisations measure their services for people with Parkinson's against national guidelines.
National Parkinson's Audit
2011 report (PDF, 1.4MB)
The 2011 audit evaluated a total of 6,106 patients with
Parkinson's from 325 services across the UK.
As well as an audit for neurology and elderly care services, the
2011 audit included 3 further audits for occupational therapy,
physiotherapy and speech and language therapy.
Register now for the 2012 audit
Register online now to take part in the audit and help provide better services for people with Parkinson's.
Registration for the 2012 National Parkinson's Audit is now
Participants can register online to take
part in the audit and help provide better services for people
We're looking for neurologists, geriatricians, speech and
language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and
Parkinson's nurses to take part.
The audit lasts for 5 months, from 1 July to 30 November
After the audit has been completed, participants will be sent a
full report helping them to:
Our audit is recognised by the Department of Health - Quality
Find out more
For more information about the audit, email firstname.lastname@example.org
And here are some of the other ways we support
professionals working with people affected by Parkinson's: