2012 Parkinson's audit - improve your Parkinson's service
23 May 2012
We're looking for neurologists, geriatricians, speech and
language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and
Parkinson's nurses to take part in our National Parkinson's Audit 2012.
This will be a very helpful visual tool to take to those interested in developing their services further. Thank you.
The audit is open to all healthcare professionals working
with people with Parkinson's and will
help to improve their services for people with the condition.
How does it work?
The audit lasts for 5 months, from 1 July to 30 November
It will assess how well services are meeting the needs of people
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
What happens next?
Register online now to take part in the audit and help provide better services for people with Parkinson's.
We will use the results of the audit to campaign for equal
access to essential services for people with Parkinson's.
Dr Kieran Breen, our director of research and innovation,
"The National Parkinson's Audit is vital in identifying where
services can be improved, which will help us to make sure people
with Parkinson's get the best care possible.
"The audit gives us a good basis for supporting professionals
and advising them on how to get the most out of their
resources, and how they can best look after their patients with
How to take part
Participants can register online to take
part in the audit and help provide better services for people
Support for health and social care professionals
These are just some of the ways we support professionals working
with people affected by Parkinson's: