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Going into hospital when you have Parkinson's booklet

Going into hospital when you have Parkinson's booklet

This booklet looks at how you can prepare for going into hospital, including:

  • what to expect when you are admitted to hospital
  • how Parkinson's may affect your stay and treatment
  • the importance of getting your medication on time
  • surgery
  • outpatient appointments
  • how you can complain if you aren't happy with the treatment you have received

It's for anyone who goes into hospital as a planned admission, in an emergency or as an outpatient.

At the back of the booklet there is a 'Going into hospital' form that can help you prepare for a stay in hospital.

This booklet won the Long Term Conditions Award at the prestigious 2015 British Medical Association Patient Information Awards.

Download the booklet below or order a free copy via our distribution house.

October 2014

How to order resources

Use the following code:

  • Going into hospital - order code B182

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