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News for professionals
Nikki Walker describes her research findings on the role and experience of physiotherapists when caring for people affected by Parkinson's and respiratory issues, and reflects on her experience of conducting the study.
The Excellence Network held its first meeting in the South East on September 27, bringing together professionals in Parkinson's to assess how the Network will work across the region and identify strategic work themes. Denise Wilcox summarises the event.
How is the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies for Long-Term Conditions (IAPT-LTC) programme progressing and could IAPT-LTC one day offer Parkinson's-specific support?
The new learning pathway for therapists brings together information about training and professional development opportunities in one easily accessible space.
NHS England's National Neuro Advisory Group, The Neurological Alliance and Parkinson's UK held a meeting on the 19 July in order to identify what good care looks like for people affected by Parkinson’s and Dementia. Lucy Hawkins summarises the event.
Applications open for research into Parkinson's nurse specialist services and physiotherapy for early stage Parkinson's.
On Friday 8 June 2018, the Parkinson's Exercise Professionals Hub held their Inaugural Study Day meeting in London. Beccy Oliver, Hub co-founder, reflects on an energetic, enthusiastic meeting and what comes next for the Parkinson's Exercise Professional Hub.
Anne-Louise Cunnington, clinical lead for the UK Parkinson's Audit, talks about the newly published 2017 Audit results.