Mobility Issues with Parkinson's Disease

Project Goals

What is Cueing?

The Research

Physiotherapy and cueing in the RESCUE trial

The Partners

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The Partners

Rescue is an international project funded by the European Commission.

Coordinated by Northumbria University, the project is collaboration between Northumbria's School of Health, Community and Education Studies, the Faculty of Physical Education and Physiotherapy at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and the Medical Centre at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

The partners work closely together, e.g.:

  • Sharing expertise in home and laboratory based investigations, auditory and visual cueing, and personal accounts of managing mobility.
  • In developing and implementing the randomised control trial.
  • In analysing and disseminating the results.

You can find out more by visiting the partner section of this website.



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