In order to address priority areas identified by the Stroke Priority Setting Partnership and improve the lives of people affected by stroke, investment in stroke research must significantly increase. 

Please share the resources provided here in your own communications and on social media channels to help us raise awareness.

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Short wording e.g. Twitter 

We have found the most important issues faced by people affected by stroke. To address priority areas and improve lives, investment in stroke research must significantly increase. Please find out more at stroke.org.uk/psp #MySayforStroke @PspStroke.

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Over 1400 people affected and professionals in stroke took part in the Stroke PSP. Together we found the most important issues faced by people affected by stroke. To address priority areas and improve lives, investment in stroke research must significantly increase. Please find out more at stroke.org.uk/psp #MySayforStroke @PspStroke.

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Share the Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (short animation):

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"Stroke is a leading cause of death and adult disability in the UK. But just 1.2% of public and charity spend in health research is in stroke. Over 1,400 stroke survivors, carers and professionals told us almost 4,000 questions that need answers to improve treatment and care. We need to invest in vital stroke research. Visit stroke.org.uk/psp." 

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Top priorities in stroke prevention, diagnosis, pre-hospital and hospital care (short animation) 

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Top priorities in stroke rehabilitation and long-term care (short animation)

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