Stroke News magazine
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Stroke News is a magazine for everyone affected by stroke, produced three times a year. Discover details on stroke research and compelling case studies from stroke survivors.
More Stroke News
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On this page, you can find a selection of articles from past editions of Stroke News magazine, including more stories from stroke survivors.
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Ref: CE29 | Content and Publications Officer | UK, Nationwide
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We’re looking for a Content and Publications Officer to take charge of our magazine, Stroke News, our Annual Report, and a wide range of other print and digital materials. This is a remote working role.
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A friendly voice
Each year, our Helpline offers support, information, and a listening ear to thousands of people affected by stroke.
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Tell us your views on Stroke News
We’re always looking for ways to make the magazine better and to make sure we’re giving you the stories and information you want. Complete the survey by 15 February 2021, and we’ll enter you in our prize draw for the chance to win £100 of M&S vouchers.
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Mum’s stronger than anyone we know
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When Sally Antrobus, 45 from Plymouth, had a stroke in December 2020, her daughters Molly, 18, and Lucy, 15, found their world turned upside down.
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The fight to reshape stroke care in Northern Ireland
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.
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Travelling with medication
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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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Find aphasia support online
A new section of our online tool My Stroke Guide brings together videos, resources and apps for stroke survivors with aphasia, a language and communication disorder.
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A powerful voice for stroke survivors
Stroke survivors and carers play a vital role in making sure governments and health decision-makers are prioritising what matters to them and their communities.
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