This research can help to improve research and care for complex thinking problems that stand in the way of a stroke survivor’s abilities to undertake everyday activities.
This research will help understand the role of the relationship between a stroke survivor and the health care professional to improve the outcomes of rehabilitation for the long-term.
Find out the keys findings from the Stroke Priority Setting Partnership work, which aims to establish priority areas for research across the stroke care pathway.
The existing emergency medications that are used for stroke patients don’t always work, and not all stroke patients can receive them. This research is testing a new medication that could improve emergency treatment for stroke.
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.
Research has started to reveal which coronavirus patients are more likely to have a stroke. This is important as, if confirmed in larger studies, can guide how these patients are treated.
Eva Park is a virtual world where stroke survivors can do things like go to a health centre, a hairdresser or cafe, and connect with other users. It was specifically designed for stroke survivors with a communication problem called aphasia.
We anticipate a shortfall of £1.5 million in our funding programme this year to resume current research and support vital new projects.
After a stroke, people often want to know how their recovery could progress and what life might look like in the future. Right now, there aren’t many tools available to help health professionals to predict recovery, so we’re funding research to change this.
This research can improve a camera-based computer programme so it can be used by health care professionals and stroke survivors to help in physical rehabilitation.