20 participants needed for study of Parkinson’s diagnosis disclosure in the workplace

This research study is looking at the choices people with Parkinson’s make regarding disclosing their diagnosis in the workplace – disclosure vs. non-disclosure, timing and reasons, to gain a better understanding of the issue for future education and advocacy efforts.

In Phase I, the study was piloted by Parkinson Society Central & Northern Ontario, in January 2011, with participants from Ontario. Phase II, launched in June, has expanded the research to include people from communities across Canada. 20 more participants are needed.

For details and contact information, see Disclosure of Parkinson’s disease diagnosis within the workplace, Phase II.

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