Dr McClelland will work with paramedics to improve emergency treatment for stroke by finding new ways to support a better response on the scene, and how paramedics’ can communicate with hospitals.
A new study suggests there are significant inequalities in the provision of vision care to stroke survivors in the UK, and further work is required to ensure effective care.
In Northern Ireland, progress in reshaping stroke care has stalled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out how you can help the campaign for change.
Published online (ahead of print) in the journal Disability and Rehabilitation, a new study suggests that improved stroke and vision care can be provided in the UK, and at relatively little cost.
Two-thirds of stroke survivors have problems with their sight after stroke, and around half of these will be left with long term sight problems. This new research programme aims to establish better treatment and support for stroke survivors with vision loss after stroke in the UK.
The Department of Health in Northern Ireland is holding a series of public engagement events about their proposals to reshape stroke care services in Northern Ireland.
This research will find out if a new package of emergency treatments for stroke caused by bleeding in the brain, called the ‘ABC bundle’ can be used in hospitals across the UK.
Many UK hospitals and care homes have stopped or limited visits to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Here's some information to help you to stay in touch with loved ones if visiting isn’t possible.
After one of the toughest years in the NHS’s history, it’s essential that the NHS and all its partners pool their collective strengths. The voluntary sector plays a unique role in supporting people with long-term conditions and during coronavirus has been a lifeline for so many people whose care has been disrupted.