The next round of the UK Parkinson's Audit will take place in 2022.
Adding a year to the audit cycle will allow services to recover from the impact of COVID-19, and dedicate 2021 to service improvement.
The deadline for submitting service improvement plans has been extended to 30 November 2020.
If you have any queries, the Audit Team are on hand to support you. Contact us at [email protected].
2019 UK Parkinson's Audit: the findings
Your Individual Service Report
Your Audit results have been compiled into your Individual Service Report, including Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) findings for your service.
Use your online tool log-in to access and download your report and use it to:
- see how your service shapes up against UK-wide results for your specialty
- develop a Service Improvement Plan
- benchmark and measure distance travelled against previous Audit data
Need help to access your Individual Service Report? Email [email protected].
Want to discuss results and how to use them to improve your service? Email [email protected].
Get involved in the 2022 UK Parkinson's Audit
If your service would be interested in taking part in the next UK Parkinson's Audit, read on for more information, including:
standards and guidance for participating services in 2019
- key dates for the 2022 UK Parkinson's Audit
- findings from past Audits
Your service can express interest in the 2022 Audit now by emailing [email protected].
"A national audit is the only process by which people with Parkinson's can get the uniform and standardised care that is so essential. The audit process initiated and championed by Parkinson's UK ensures a process of national benchmarking, which includes a focus on key outcome measures - motor, non-motor and multidisciplinary - to ensure that the NHS continues to deliver quality care, with personalised medicine for all people with Parkinson's across all age groups."
- Ray Chaudhuri
South London Excellence Network lead, Consultant Neurologist and Professor in Neurology/Movement Disorders at Kings College and Institute of Psychiatry.