- In this section we wanted to signpost to some educational resources that we thought were particularly helpful.
- We’ve categorised these by the type/style of resource, as we recognise that people have different preferences for ways of learning.
- If you have developed a resource, or were to stumble across a resource that you think would be helpful for others, then please do let us know about it -get in touch via the ‘contact’ tab
PREFER TO LISTEN? Here’s three helpful podcast series with episodes that discuss PD
CoteCast: The Care of the Elderly Podcast
MDTea: The Hearing Aid Podcasts
World Parkinson’s Congress Podcasts
PREFER TO WATCH? Here’s some links to some helpful videos
MiniGEMs (Mini Geriatric e-Learning Modules) – these are short, focused video podcasts designed for rapid dissemination of knowledge on a specific topic area of geriatric medicine
PREFER TO READ? Here are three carefully chosen papers that might be of interest
J Alty et al. Practical Neurology. 2017;17:456-463
MJ MacMahon & DG MacMahon. J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2012; 42:157–62
PF Worth. Practical Neurology. 2013;13(3):140-52
PREFER TO BROWSE? Here’s three helpful websites to check out
A fantastic resource developed by Neil Archibald, Consultant Neurologist, which includes a super overview of PD along with some really helpful videos
Provides a hub of information and learning resources for healthcare professionals
The Parkinson’s MasterClasses form an innovative educational programme established by the BGSMDS. The Masterclasses aim to provide a structured training programme for senior members of the medical profession who seek formal training in both the clinical and managerial aspects of running a ‘Parkinson’s service’. You can hear more about it in the video below. As well as information about the Parkinson’s Masterclass courses, this site provides links to tools, care pathways and publications.