Parkinson's Disease - Key Evidence and resources

Original Editor - Bhanu Ramaswamy as part of the APPDE Project

Top Contributors - Laura Ritchie, Wendy Walker, Rachael Lowe, Naomi O'Reilly and Tony Lowe   

Resources

Some of the best information pertaining to living with and treating those with Parkinson's Disease can be found through national organisations of the country you live in.

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In addition, we recommend the following resources for professionals working with patients with this condition:

  1. European Parkinson’s Disease Association website. 
  2. The European Physiotherapy Guideline provides an extensive reference list of evidence that has informed the document. This can be found from pages 160 – 187 of the main Guideline.
  3. Resources in the form of learning materials and useful technology e.g. Apps, books and DVDs are described on the APPDE Resources website.

There are educational associations to join including:

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Related pages

References

  1. TheMovementDisorders. Movement Disorder Society Health Professionals Special Interest Group. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiUXARgTzE0 [last accessed 29/09/16]
  2. Parkinson Canada. Parkinson's Advocacy Is Important. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRJwOoa1mvI [last accessed 29/09/16]
  3. Parkinson's UK. Find your place | Parkinson's UK. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NTFU1LniZc [last accessed 29/09/16]
  4. shakeitupaust. Shake It Up Australia Foundation - Finding the cure for Parkinson's. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJgkZJAbifE [last accessed 29/09/16]
  5. fckLRThe Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. Welcome to Partners in Parkinson's. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-O241-tjFBI [last accessed 29/09/16]