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Healthcare professionals having a discussion

30 November 2017

Jane Liddle, Excellence Network regional lead for Yorkshire and the Humber, talks about how more can be done to ensure care is planned to support people affected by Parkinson’s now and in the future.

Parkinson's nurse consultant Annette Hand

30 November 2017

Parkinson’s nurse consultant Annette Hand talks about her analysis of care homes and why more nurses should get involved in research.

Woman using a laptop

21 November 2017

A new look Excellence Network online resource centre is on its way.

Donald Grosset

13 November 2017

Dr Donald Grosset, the new clinical director for the Excellence Network, talks about his vision for the Network where everyone has a role in transforming services.

Person with Parkinson's exercising at the gym

3 November 2017

Exercise is good for people with Parkinson’s. The new Parkinson’s exercise framework outlines what people should be doing to help manage their symptoms and how professionals can support them.

Nurse with Harold Spencer and wife Margaret at the Specialist Assessment & Rehabilitation Centre London Road Community Hospital Derby

3 November 2017

This free 20 minute online presentation from Parkinson's UK will help residential care home staff understand key issues and improve care for residents with Parkinson's.

17 October 2017

The Cheshire and Merseyside regional working group recently met to discuss how patient care can be improved in their region.

Derby Hospital

11 October 2017

Paul Worth, Excellence Network Regional Lead for East of England, highlights the importance of utilising what works to tackle an issue that continues to affect people with Parkinson’s.

Improvements in care following quality improvement work

28 September 2017

Consultant Neurologist Jane Alty talks about the 'Improving care of patients with Parkinson’s quality improvement project' at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

Excellence Network

22 September 2017

We look at how speech and communication confidence programmes benefit both people with Parkinson's and student therapists.