As we adapt to a rapidly changing healthcare landscape in the wake of Covid-19, shared professional knowledge and patient insight are essential to resetting our Parkinson’s services.
Since 2015, the UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network has been the driving force for improving Parkinson’s care: connecting and equipping professionals to provide the services people affected by the condition want to see.
The Excellence Network clinical leadership team invite you to join them to:
- Learn what the Excellence Network can offer your service and professional development
- Hear about the Excellence Network’s resources and support around Covid-19
- Discuss how we can grow patient involvement
- Have your say – tell us how the Excellence Network can best support you to reset and rebuild.
Please note that all session and slide content are the views of the Speakers, not the Parkinson’s Academy. The content of the recording is the speaker’s personal opinion at the time of recording. Due to the everchanging situation, advice given at the time of recording is subject to change.
Daiga Heisters, Interim Head of Parkinson’s Academy
Dr Annette Hand, Nurse Consultant/Associate Professor, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Patsy Cotton, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Movement Disorders, NHS Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre
Fiona Lindop, Specialist Physiotherapist, Derby Parkinson’s Service
Alison Leake, Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialist, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Prof Richard Walker, Geriatrician, University of Newcastle
Dr Donald Grosset, Consultant Neurologist, Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow and Honorary Professor, University of Glasgow
Jane Rideout, UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network Clinical lead for user involvement
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