Interdisciplinary Care for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in Parkinson’s disease is becoming more pivotal in daily medical practice. The key professions involved include outpatient therapists (physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists) and inpatient movement disorder specialists. Results from this analysis of interdisciplinary communication indicate that half of the caregivers find the current collaboration frequency, particularly with neurologists, to be insufficient. This highlights the indispensability of networks that offer tools for specialised education and interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral communication.

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