The UK Parkinson's Excellence Network and Open University have teamed up to deliver a new free online education module for professionals who provide support during the palliative and end of life phases of the condition.
A benefit designed to support disabled people is making their health worse and leaving them isolated, according to new research from over 80 organisations.
From Monday 4 September, the 2018 UK Parkinson's Excellence Network Awards are inviting entries from professionals whose teams offer exceptional support for people affected by Parkinson's.
Parkinson's UK has held its first ever Drug Discovery Workshop in an effort to unlock new treatments by seeking new ways to progress academic research.
Thousands of people affected by Parkinson’s are struggling with financial losses of more than £16,000 every year, according to new research published today by Sheffield Hallam University and charity Parkinson’s UK.
A third of people living with long-term conditions and currently paying prescription charges have not collected their prescriptions due to concerns over cost, according to a new report released today (29 June, 2017) by the Prescription Charges Coalition, a coalition of more than 40 major health charities.