Education with impact – Supportive skeletons: addressing bone health in Parkinson's to improve outcomes


By Parkinson's Academy

'Supportive skeletons: addressing bone health in Parkinson's to improve outcomes' details a succinct but thorough rationale for the importance of understanding and addressing bone health in people with Parkinson's, highlights existing guidance, tools and best practice, and shares seven varied examples of how healthcare professionals around the UK are building bone health priorities into their practice.

Supportive skeletons: addressing bone health in Parkinson's to improve outcomes

May 2022

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Our sincere thanks go to each delegate for their role in shining a light on the importance of bone health. We are very grateful that they have agreed to showcase their work more widely to improve understanding of, and optimise services for, people living with Parkinson's.

'The things you can't get from the books'

Parkinson's Academy, our original and longest running Academy, houses 20 years of inspirational projects, resources, and evidence for improving outcomes for people with Parkinson's. Led by co-founder and educational director Dr Peter Fletcher, the Academy has a truly collegiate feel and prides itself on delivering 'the things you can't get from books' - a practical learning model which inspires all Neurology Academy courses.