Evidence supporting the role of specialist Movement Disorder Nurses in regional, rural and remote Australia

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Abstract

A rapid tour through three key pieces of research commissioned by Parkinson's NSW to support advocacy for specialist Parkinson's nurses in rural and regional New South Wales. The research was undertaken by Charles Sturt University researchers from the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Indigenous Health and the School of Accounting & Finance in collaboration with clinician researchers from the Mid North Coast Local Health District, New South Wales.

Conference

ConferenceParkinson's Australia National Symposium 'Prosper' 2020
Abbreviated titleDeveloping a positive outlook and engaging with society to improve the independence, wellbeing and options for people with Parkinson’s.
CountryAustralia
Period20/11/2021/11/20
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