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Blog: Getting off to a great start - the inaugural Parkinson’s Disease Specialist Pharmacy Network Conference 10 October, 2019

Viv Horton, Advanced Clinical Pharmacist and member of the PDSPN shares an overview and highlights of the Parkinson’s Disease Specialist Pharmacy Network (PDSPN) inaugural conference on 10 October 2019 in Birmingham.

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South East Local Excellence Network meeting October 2019 - a quality improvement and networking day

The South East Local Parkinson's Excellence Network meeting, 9 October 2019, brought together healthcare professionals and people affected by Parkinson’s from across the region to plan for continuous quality improvement.

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Blog: A new resource to help you provide the right services to younger people with Parkinson's

Mark Brown of the Younger Parkinson's Alliance, and Huw Morris, consultant neurologist, talk about how the Young-onset Parkinson's Best Practice Statement will aid diagnosis and quality of life for younger people with Parkinson's.

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New We Are Undefeatable campaign encourages people with long-term health conditions to be active

Parkinson’s UK has partnered with 14 other leading health charities and Sport England to launch the We Are Undefeatable campaign - encouraging people with long-term health conditions to be active.

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