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Stroke

Programme name

Stroke

Programme aim and objectives

Projects within this programme of work focus on enhancing quality and coordination of care and outcomes for people affected by stroke, including stroke survivors, their carers and families. Working in partnership with the Stroke Association, the UK’s leading third sector provider of stroke services, we aim to do this by:

  1. Working with stroke survivors, carers, their families, service providers, commissioners and researchers to identify key priority areas for research and implementation
  2. Developing and delivering high quality research studies in the area of longer-term support and care, to ensure that service provision is based on the best available evidence and delivers optimal outcomes for stroke survivors and their carers
  3. Supporting the spread and sustainability of evidence-based interventions in routine practice.

Projects within this programme

GM-SAT (please note that the development of the GM-SAT is not an active project, but that the developed GM-SAT is now used across a number of our stroke projects and by other organisations)
OSCARSS
PhD study: Needs of people with vascular dementia
Stroke care homes
Stroke outcomes model
Stroke connected health cities

Partnering organisation

The Stroke Association

More information

Please contact Katy Rothwell, Programme Manager.

News

All of our latest programme and project updates are on our news page.