Research Participants Needed: Spousal/partner well-being and relationship satisfaction after stroke
Type: Research
We would like to find out about the experience of spouses/partners of those affected by a stroke, including their well-being and relationship satisfaction.
Who we work with
We strive to develop and extend partnerships in order to improve the quality of life after stroke and enhance stroke prevention.
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Setting the agenda for stroke research
Our Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) aimed to identify the research areas that matter most to stroke survivors, carers and professionals.
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The Steering Group and partners
Type: Research
The Stroke Priority Setting Partnership is being guided by a Steering Group. Members include people affected by stroke, health and social care professionals, and those in supporting roles. Where two people are named for one organisation, they are sharing one place.
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Travelling with medication
Type: Support
Planning your next holiday or trip abroad? Don’t forget about your medication. Our partners AllClear Travel Insurance share some top tips to help you plan ahead.
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Improving wellbeing after stroke
The Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP), led by our charity, identified improving care for psychological wellbeing after stroke as one of the top priorities for stroke research.
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STEPS emotional support - Northern Ireland
Type: Support
The STEPS service in Northern Ireland will offer emotional support and counselling for stroke survivors and carers/relatives, as well as a series of self-management workshops in partnership with Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke (NICHS).
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Stroke Priority Setting Partnership
Type: Research
We found out what questions in stroke research are the most important to people affected by stroke, and to the healthcare professionals that work with them. The process is developed by the James Lind Alliance, and it's called a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP).
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