Parkinson's North East and Cumbria Research Interest Group
Dr Rachael Lawson and Dr Rosie Morris are working with Parkinson’s UK to develop a North East and Cumbria Parkinson’s Research Interest Group (NEC-RIG) and have designed a survey to get the opinions of people with an interest in Parkinson’s research about what this might look like and how it might work.
We have a fantastic variety of research across the North East and Cumbria involving people with Parkinson’s and their family, friends and carers, from basic science in a laboratory looking at cells and DNA, to treatments or interventions in clinic and in the home e.g. medication or exercise. We want to bring people across our regions together who have an interest in Parkinson’s research to provide opportunities to take part in all stages of research. This can include helping researchers in universities and/or the NHS to identify important questions or issues to people with Parkinson’s that we can try and answer, to design research studies that will help people who want to take part or identifying what the best ways are to tell people about the results.
To help us understand what people interested in Parkinson's research would like from the Parkinson's North East and Cumbria Research Interest Group, we would feedback using an online survey.
Anyone who has an interest in research involving Parkinson's disease is welcome to take part
What will I be asked to do?
You will be asked to complete a short online survey. This will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete
When and where?
The survey can be completed online any time until 30th October 2021.
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