Evidence based models that support best practice nursing services for people with Parkinson’s disease in regional NSW: An integrative literature review

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Abstract

This literature review aims to provide evidence specific to the role of the specialist community-based neurological nurse in the care of people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD). The information provided and summary of findings provide evidence to support the advocacy role of Parkinson’s NSW with State and Federal Governments, as they seek to draw attention to the deficit in specialist neurological nursing services in rural and regional areas of NSW.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherCharles Sturt University
Commissioning bodyParkinson's NSW
Number of pages88
ISBN (Electronic)9781864673173
Publication statusPublished - 07 Jun 2018

Grant Number

  • 0000102336

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  • Prizes

    The Laraine McAnally Award

    Rossiter, Rachel (Recipient), 14 Nov 2019

    Prize: Award

    Activities

    • 2 Conference/Symposium
    • 2 Public lecture/debate/seminar/presentation
    • 2 Public outreach
    • 1 Performance/exhibition

    Parkinson's NSW: Support Group Conference

    Rachel Rossiter (Participant)

    17 Sep 201918 Sep 2019

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventPublic lecture/debate/seminar/presentationCommunity

    The case for specialist Parkinson's nurse services: Rural and Regional NSW

    Rachel Rossiter (Speaker)

    24 Jul 2019

    Activity: Other EngagementPublic outreachCommunity

    The case for specialist Parkinson's nurse services in rural and regional NSW: Research findings to date

    Rachel Rossiter (Consultant)

    05 Aug 2019

    Activity: Other EngagementPublic outreachCommunity

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