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A Practical Guide to implementing New National NICE Quality Standard for Parkinson’s Disease

Friday 16 March 2018
De Vere W1 Conference Centre, London

A Practical Guide to implementing New National NICE Quality Standard for Parkinson’s Disease
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This National Conference will focus on Implementing the New NICE Quality Standard for Parkinson’s Disease. The Quality Standard is currently in draft form and is due for release in February 2018. The conference will offer a platform to discuss what excellence in Parkinson’s Care, and implementing evidence into practice following the NICE Clinical Guideline published in July 2017.

Through national updates, practical case studies and expert extended interactive sessions the conference will support you to improve care for people with Parkinson’s Disease in your service.

“Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common neurological conditions. It is estimated to affect up to 160 people per 100,000, with an annual incidence in the UK of 15–20 per 100,000” NICE 2017

This event is supported by the UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network - the driving force for improving Parkinson’s care, connecting and equipping all professionals to provide the services people affected by the condition want to see. 

The Excellence Network offers free tools, education and data that are crucial for better services and workforce development.  Learn more here

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