UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology


Project news

The study has now completed both recruitment and analysis, having recruited 692 participants from across 6 countries, 123 of whom were from the UK. The findings from the study can be viewed in the publications that are available below. The findings suggest areas that could be improved upon in current treatments, particularly ways in improving quality of life for example regular access to seeing a Parkinson’s nurse and other specialists within the multidisciplinary team. The papers also identify the particular symptoms or situations that healthcare professionals should be aware of as signs of significant deterioration. Findings also explore the burden on those spouses and family-members who care for those with Parkinson’s .