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Living with Parkinson's and the Emerging Role of Occupational Therapy
State of the Art Team Care: Impact of Cognition in Rehabilitation
Web Editor's Report (December 2014)
Hundreds attend Unity Walk in Luxembourg
2nd Annual Allied Health Professional Summer School held in Portugal
Book Review: How to Live Well with Parkinson's Disease
18th International Congress Health Professionals Presentation by Fay Horak, PhD, PT
17th International Congress Health Professionals Presentation by Marilia Pereira, RN
17th International Congress Health Professionals Presentation by Leland Dibble, PhD, PT
Needs Assessment Survey Data
Book Review: Rehabilitation in Movement Disorders
December Message from Webpage Editor
MDS Allied Health Professionals Summer School
Review: Inter-Professional Education
HP SIG Abstract - Presented at 16th International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders - Dublin, Ireland
Review: A standards of care for Huntington's disease: Who, what and why?
Review: Optimism, Pessimism, Mutuality, and Gender: Predicting 10-Year Role Strain in Parkinson's Disease Spouses
Review: Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for Gait Disorders
Review: Exploration of transitional life events in patients with Friedreich's ataxia: Implications for genetic counseling
Review: Sexual and relationship satisfaction among persons with young onset Parkinson's disease
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