Adding value to higher education institutions by co-developing and delivering a curriculum that provides real-life experiences to undergraduates and grows the workforce of tomorrow.

Providing the opportunity to gain experience in working with stroke survivors is something that differentiates our higher education partners from the pack. Having worked with several Universities over many years we’re experienced in developing higher level stroke specific content that compliments undergraduate and postgraduate health and social care courses, adding real value where it matters.

Our work with Liverpool University focuses on improving communication within clinical practice. We co-deliver to undergraduate medics, ensuring their levels of stroke knowledge are appropriate and they’re utilising supported conversation and other communications techniques with stroke survivors as part of their course.

Working with Bucks New University, we co-developed a fifteen-week part-time course in Stroke Management and Care. Open to healthcare professionals working with patients who have experienced a stroke, the course is available at levels 6 and 7.

Talk to us about how we can work together to embed transferable health and social care skills and stroke-specific education, to ensure your students leave as experienced and employable graduates.

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