'Parkinson's 2016 - Your life, your services' survey
We want to know if the health and support services that people affected by Parkinson's are getting are right for them. Complete our survey now.
UK researchers develop new test to detect Parkinson's
Research published in Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology highlights a potential way to detect Parkinson's in its early stages.
Ultrasound treatment shows promise for managing tremor
Positive results from a trial of ultrasound therapy for treating tremor have been published, with potential benefits for controlling Parkinson's symptoms.
Parkinson's UK retains quality mark for public health information
We're proud to announce that Parkinson's UK has retained its certification by The Information Standard in 2016.
Criteria widened for genetic research trial
A study into the genetic make-up of people with Parkinson's has recently updated its criteria for participants, so family members can take part too.
Could Parkinson's be detected with an eye test?
Researchers from the UCL have identified a way to detect Parkinson's through the eyes in a rat model of the condition.
What matters most: the survey results
Earlier this year you told us what matters most to you and the issues we should prioritise. Read the results in this news story.
New online tool helps identify good health research
A team of researchers at the University of Glasgow have unveiled a free online tool to help people better understand health research.
Research finds way to measure Parkinson's gene mutation
A team of scientists from the University of Dundee has developed a new way to measure the effect of mutations in LRRK2.
What will Brexit mean for you?
We are looking at the likely impact of the UK voting to leave the European Union on people affected by Parkinson's.