Survey of young Europeans with neurological conditions launched

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Author: Parkinson's Life editorsPublished: 4 April 2018

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The European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) has launched a survey for young Europeans who are living with brain conditions.

The survey, which was launched in Brain Awareness Week from 12 to 18 March, aims to gain a better understanding of the issues affecting those with neurological conditions. The research is open to anyone living with such a condition, aged between 18–35 and lives in Europe.

The findings from the survey will be announced on World Brain Day 2018 on 22 July – with the information being used to raise awareness among the general public, health professionals and policymakers.

Participants are encouraged to share the survey across their networks via email, newsletters and social media.

The survey is open until 21 May – to take the survey click here.

For more information on young-onset Parkinson’s please visit the European Parkinson’s Disease Association (EPDA) website here.

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