Health care professionals and people with Parkinson's are invited to take part in surveys of exercise needs and preferences to improve support
ARC EoE researcher Ledia Alushi, a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, is investigating what information people with Parkinson's receive about exercise and physical activity when they are newly diagnosed and as the condition progresses.
The research aims to:
- Understand people's needs and preferences about exercise and physical activity
- Map current available resources
- Co-design with people with Parkinson's and Healthcare Professionals a program to promote exercise and physical activity.
Are you a health care professional working with people with Parkinson’s?
We invite you to take part in an online survey that should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Please click on this link to access the survey
Are you a person with Parkinson’s?
We invite you to take part in an online survey that should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. Please click on this link to access the survey
If you are interested in the project and want to discuss it further with Ledia please get in touch via email: La463@cam.ac.uk or phone 07931 709730 before 30 September 2021.
Find out more about Ledia's PhD project: Co-designing a physical health education programme for people newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease: a mixed-methods study.