Coalitions


Our membership in national coalitions and organizations allows for collaboration and information exchange with relevant partners to address issues impacting our collective communities.

Parkinson Canada is currently a member of:

Best Medicines Coalition

The Best Medicines Coalition is a broad-based alliance of organizations and individuals with a shared vision of equitable and consistent access for all Canadians to safe, effective and good quality drugs that improve patient outcomes.

Canadian Caregiver Coalition

The Canadian Caregiver Coalition is a virtual alliance of diverse partner organizations that work collectively, and autonomously, to identify and respond to the needs of caregivers in Canada.

Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness

The Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness is a group of 15 organizations dedicated to establishing protections against genetic discrimination for all Canadians.

Health Charities Coalition of Canada

Health Charities Coalition of Canada is dedicated to advocating for sound public policy on health issues and promoting the highest quality health research.

Neurological Health Charities Canada

Neurological Health Charities Canada is actively engaged in driving policy at all levels of government to improve the quality of life of people with chronic brain conditions and their caregivers.

National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions
This first-ever national population health study of neurological conditions in Canada provides a clear picture of the depth and breadth of Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions in Canada and the impact on Canadians. It is a necessary first step towards helping governments and organizations plan and implement appropriate programs, services and support for Canadians living with neurological conditions. 


For more information about the National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions and the Brain Strategy for Canada, visit www.mybrainmatters.ca.

To learn more about the brain and the many issues related to living with a brain condition, take a look at Your Brain, a supplement published in the National Post on March 27, 2010.