Patterns of Perception in Parkinson’s disease

Patterns of Perception in Parkinson’s disease (PoP-PD) is a collaborative research engagement project, funded through the Wellcome Research Enrichment – Public Engagement Fund. It aimed to explore fears and concerns associated with discussing dementia within the Parkinson’s community, and to co-produce a pair of booklets to support dialogue and awareness of Parkinson’s dementia and improve care and support.

The project was led by Dr Rimona Weil, Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, UCLH and Neuroscientist at UCL. It was delivered in collaboration with people living with Parkinson’s, healthcare professionals, researchers, engagement specialists, Parkinson’s UK, and artists at Central Saint Martins.

Explore these webpages to find out more about the project and to read the final booklets.

PoP-PD workshop photo
Learn more about the research behind the project