Bringing Parkinson’s support closer to home

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Description

    'To improve access to high quality care that is closer to home the Primary Health Network is pleased to have been funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Health to pilot a project that will provide training and support for local GPs and other health professionals.'

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    'The model of care will be codesigned with local stakeholders and in consultation with Parkinson’s NSW, Associate Professor Rachel Rossiter from Charles Sturt University and the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association ( Movement Disorder Chapter) who are all active partners in the implementation of the pilot.'

    Period03 Mar 2021

    Media contributions

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    Media contributions

    • TitleBringing Parkinson’s support closer to home
      Degree of recognitionRegional
      Media name/outletHunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network
      Media typeWeb
      Duration/Length/Size416 words
      Country/TerritoryAustralia
      Date03/03/21
      Description'To improve access to high quality care that is closer to home the Primary Health Network is pleased to have been funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Health to pilot a project that will provide training and support for local GPs and other health professionals'.
      Producer/AuthorHNECC PHN
      URLhttps://thephn.com.au/news/bringing-parkinsons-support-closer-to-home
      PersonsRachel Rossiter

    Keywords

    • Parkinson's disease
    • Parkinson's disease support
    • Pilot Program
    • Collaborative engagement
    • Co-design