Date Presented 03/28/20
The study is a descriptive research design analyzing correlations between HDRS scores and self-reported physical activity levels. The purpose is to determine the possible relationship between self-reported physical activity and depression in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. The results can influence the field of OT by informing practice to consider tracking activity and participation to help combat depression with Parkinson’s disease.
Primary Author and Speaker: Kaitlyn Landess
Additional Authors and Speakers: Cindy Ivy
Contributing Authors: Linda Denney, Michelle McKay