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Speech and language therapist Julia with patient Mohamed - at the Parkinson's multidisciplinary clinic at King's College Hospital, London

17 February 2017

Services that took part in the last audit tell us how it's made a difference to their work, and has given them the chance to improve services for people with Parkinson's.

Excellence Network Awards - recognising great practice

30 January 2017

It is with great pleasure that we can confirm the 7 services that have reached the final stages of the 2017 Excellence Network Awards.

Vicky Moulding and her team

27 January 2017

Vicky Moulding talks about how her team built on existing links to develop a service for people affected by Parkinson’s in North Kirklees from scratch.

Louise, who has Parkinson's, at home in Brighton

19 January 2017

Geriatrician Sally Jones talks about how joint working between geriatrics and neurology colleagues has created a resource to help both better serve people with Parkinson's who fall.

UK Parkinson's Excellence Network logo

13 January 2017

This February marks two years since the launch of the Excellence Network. We want to hear what difference it's made to the services you provide.

A pharmacist speaking to a patient

20 December 2016

We are looking for community pharmacists to take part in a project which utilises the medicines use review process to support people with Parkinson's.

Excellence Network Awards - recognising great practice

20 December 2016

We are delighted to announce that the inaugural Excellence Network Awards ceremony will be held as part of the Positive Steps in Parkinson’s event in March 2017.

Ipinnia

24 November 2016

The prolonged-release ropinirole medication previously known as Eppinix XL has changed its name.

Parkinson's specialist and person with Parkinson's at King's College Hospital

22 November 2016

Take part in the Excellence Network survey and tell us how we can support you to deliver a quality service to people affected by Parkinson's.

Brenda Moore, who has Parkinson's, with a specialist

21 November 2016

The NHS continuing healthcare system in England is fundamentally flawed according to a new report.

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