New research shows that people recently diagnosed with Parkinson's who are at high or medium risk of cardiovascular disease tend to have more problems with walking and memory.
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Andrea Lindahl, the Excellence Network regional lead for the West Midlands, talks about preventing unnecessary hospital admissions, and introduces our new resource.
Clinical Director David Burn talks about how getting involved in the Excellence Network Awards will improve health and social care services across the UK.
Clinical audit lead Anne-Louise Cunnington urges all Parkinson's services to learn from the 2015 audit results and take action to improve care.
Parkinson's Advanced Symptoms Unit recently won the Health Service Journal, Patient Safety Award for Managing Long-Term Conditions.
Parkinson's UK and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists joined forces to host a webinar: Giving voice to people affected by Parkinson's.
The Scottish Medicines Consortium has approved Duodopa for routine prescription in NHS Scotland, after the manufacturer resubmitted the treatment for consideration.