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Parkinson's education and training for professionals

Our education and training officers deliver courses for health and social care professionals who work with people with Parkinson's in all parts of the UK.

Our education programme is changing in 2015

In 2015, we'll be offering an even wider range of education and professional development opportunities as part of a new 5-year strategy for Parkinson's.

In the meantime, you can still request and book training sessions from our current education programme up to May 2015.

Find out more: Parkinson's UK education is changing in 2015

Our courses

Thank you for providing a much needed educational experience.

The training courses are designed for a wide range of professionals, including nurses, care staff, managers, social workers, therapists and GPs.

Our courses range from a 30-minute session for a general practice to a full day course for social care assessors, as well as online training.

More about our courses

Online training for GPs

We've partnered with BMJ Learning to produce training modules for GPs. The modules cover Parkinson's assessment and referral, as well as non-motor symptoms.

More about online training for GPs

University courses and modules

A number of universities run courses or modules for health and social care professionals in aspects of Parkinson's.

More about university courses and modules

Any questions?

Please get in touch with our education and training officer in your area.

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