We are looking for a determined and passionate individual to join our Volunteering and Community Partnerships team on a fixed term contract for 2 years helping the team to scale up our long term peer support across the UK for people affected by stroke.
A part-time Service Contracted Clerical Assistant is required to provide comprehensive clerical support to the St Helens and Knowsley Life After Stroke Service.
We are looking for an innovative and engaging quality improvement expert to join our small but successful Policy & Influencing team in a brand new role within the organisation.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our Volunteering and Community team within the South Stroke Support Directorate. The successful individual will be ideally located in south-west England, primarily focusing on Cornwall.
We are looking for two innovative, passionate and professional individuals with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join our Stroke Association Service in Surrey working in East Surrey and North West Surrey.
The number of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMS) has grown in the last few years. PROMs are questionnaires developed to accurately measure patients’ opinions about their health after an illness or during treatment. PROMs are used in both stroke research and routine stroke care.
This fellowship will involve the study of the human eye to find out about the health of the brain’s small blood vessels and nerve connections in people who have recently had a stroke.
This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic leader to join the Senior Management Team in Wales and drive our vision through our influencing work.
The second day of ESOC highlighted the value of collaborations between professional societies and patient representatives for the advancement of stroke care. It saw the launch of the Stroke Action for Europe (2018-2030), a major collaborative initiative between the principal professional and patient organisations setting ambitious targets for stroke care over the next decade.
The CROMIS-2 study investigated whether signs of small brain bleeds on routine brain scans can help us understand which ischaemic stroke patients with atrial fibrillation are at increased risk of a bleed in the brain when on anticoagulant ‘blood thinning’ drugs.