Getting Parkinson's medication on time: complete our survey
27 July 2012
We're looking for views from people with Parkinson's and their families and carers about
getting Parkinson's medication on time when in hospital or a care
We want to hear about your experiences - good or bad.
The deadline for completing the survey is 31 August.
As part of our Get It On Time
campaign, we want to hear about people's experiences -
good and bad - to make sure everyone with Parkinson's gets
their medication on time, every time.
Complete the survey: Getting Parkinson's
medication on time
If people with Parkinson's don't get their medication on time,
their ability to manage their symptoms
may be lost.
Tell us your views
If you have Parkinson's and have had recent experience (within
the last 5 years) of being in hospital or a care home, please
complete the survey.
We're also keen to hear from carers or
close family members of people with Parkinson's who have spent
time in hospitals or care homes.
We launched Get It On Time to make sure the thousands of people
with Parkinson's admitted into hospitals or care homes every year
get their medication on time.
But we know there are still improvements to be made and that
many people with Parkinson's don't get their medication when they
About the survey
takes around 20-30 minutes to complete and you can remain
completely anonymous if you want to.
If you're happy for us to get in touch with you about your
answers, however, please leave your details at the end of the
The deadline for completing the survey is 5pm on Friday
31 August 2012.
How we'll use the results
We will use the results of the survey to help inform our work
around Get It On Time.
We can learn from those organisations who are doing a good job
at helping their patients and residents get their medication on
And we'll use the negative experiences to help us tailor the
campaign to address the specific issues that people affected by
Parkinson's are facing.