Working together towards a cure
By working together we can speed up the delivery of new and better treatments.
To develop truly transformational new treatments we must listen to and involve people affected by Parkinson's at every stage of the research process.
We work in partnership with people with Parkinson's and their families to ensure research is shaped and driven by those who need it most.
And, as the world's largest patient-led Parkinson's charity, we are experts in bringing researchers and people with the condition together.
Involvement in research
Pharmaceutical researcher, David Grey, and our own Research Involvement Manager, Claire Nolan, share how involving people with Parkinson's improves research and its outcomes.
We partner with organisations from around the globe to accelerate progress towards new and better treatments. Our flexible approach and in-house expertise make us the ideal partner.
Whatever field of research, there are many ways we can support projects to involve people affected by Parkinson's in a meaningful way. In addition to our guidance and resources, we provide support and funding for projects through our Research Involvement Awards.
We bring together people affected by Parkinson's and researchers to develop and plan research projects. Our Public and Patient Involvement Volunteers have already played a crucial role in helping shape a number of research projects.