Our 36th Parkinson’s MasterClass shared their intermodule projects recently, and as always there was a wealth and variety of information, findings and actions based on the class’s practical learning. Project winner Dr Tom Mace shared his exciting local work in a Parkinson’s Hub, part of a newly commissioned integrated care pathway for Parkinson’s to tie […]
There is still time to enter your service team for the 2019 UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference and Awards. Showcase the great care your team is delivering and help make it standard for people affected by Parkinson’s across the UK. All Parkinson’s Advanced MasterClass delegates are invited to submit improvement projects as an award entry […]
Registrations are now open for the 2019 UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network Conference and Awards, 16 – 17 May 2019, Manchester. The meeting will bring together the Parkinson’s professional community to share, learn and shape the future of Parkinson’s services. The event includes the third Excellence Network Awards – recognising outstanding health and social care services […]
The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) and Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) have announced Simon Stott Ph.D., and Bastiaan Bloem M.D., Ph.D., as the recipients of this year’s Tom Isaacs Award, set up in memory of the late CPT co-founder and President who passed away in May 2017. The award recognises an inspirational researcher who has […]
The Tom Isaacs award, set up by The Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) and The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT), recognises a researcher who has demonstrated the greatest impact on the lives of people living with Parkinson’s and/or has involved people with Parkinson’s in a participatory way in their work. The award was created in memory […]
The UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network Awards recognise and celebrate outstanding services that make a difference to people affected by Parkinson’s. Great care is already happening. Let’s celebrate it and make it standard.
by Dr Peter Fletcher One of the many joys of having been the Parkinson’s Academy’s Academic Director since we began our MasterClasses in 2002 is that I have read every single needs analysis questionnaire submitted by our participants – 100s and 100s of them! What talent we have passing through our MasterClases, with what I see […]
The UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network have launched the Excellence Network Awards to recognise the outstanding services that make a real difference to people affected by Parkinson’s. You can get involved by entering the Awards by Friday 28 October if your team delivers high-quality care that makes a difference to people affected by Parkinson’s. Alternatively, you can nominate a colleague by Friday 28 September if they deserve recognition for the care they deliver to people with Parkinson’s.