Talk:Introduction to Parkinson's Science/Q Page 1
This is the first Question and Answer subpage of Section 2, An Introduction to the Science behind Parkinson's.
It deals with some of the early questions that those newly diagnosed are likely to ask. At this stage there is not much 'hard science' that needs to be gone into. That will come later when more questions are asked on subsequent subpages.
Please start a new section at the bottom of the page if you want to add comments, suggestions and questions on a new topic.
If you have a comment or question on what is already here, add it at the bottom of the appropriate section but indent it by adding a colon (:) at the very start of the line.
Please sign your contribution by putting ~~~~ at the end of it.
Page development[edit source]
There is a lot of excellent material on the web already that deals with these initial questions. So it is probably not necessary to go into great detail; it is better to ensure there are links to good sources and I have put some into the information boxes on the right.
I have also been experimenting with having a References section at the bottom so that links in the text and in the information boxes do not go directly to the web pages. Please comment on whether this is the best way to do it.
This page is not complete (if it ever will be!).
Suggestions for further work on it which you are invited to do:
- Edit, amend or expand material in the main text
- Add relevant links in either of the information boxes on the right.
- Ask a friendly neurologist to check what is there already, especially for accuracy, and to add anything that is missing.
- Add a comment or a question on this discussion page or make a suggestion that you would like others' views on before you implement it.
- Hesitant? Unsure of yourself? Be bold!
User Guide[edit source]
Have a look at the User Guide for how to make contributions to this wikiversity project.
(And, of course, because this user guide is part of the wiki, you can edit it and help improve it! If the guidance is unclear, clarify it! Be bold!)