Reflecting nature event

  • July 4th, 2016

The Stroke Association would like to invite you to join them to meet artist and stroke survivor Mark Ware and to hear about his latest work ‘Reflecting Nature’ an exhibition bringing together art and science to explore how we respond to nature and artificial stimuli. (more…)

National Stroke Nursing Forum seeks members

  • June 28th, 2016

The National Stroke Nursing Forum (NSNF) is seeking regional members to join their steering committee.

UCLAN are in the process of major re-organisation of the NSNF this year, with one aspect being a regional focus for the NSNF members to have closer contact with the organisation.  We are keen to get regional representation on the NSNF steering committee from the North West in the form of a regional lead and regional deputy. (more…)

New Chair in stroke

  • June 20th, 2016

We are delighted to hear that Dr Craig Smith has been awarded an honorary chair by Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, and will become Professor of Stroke Medicine from 1st August. (more…)

New research published

  • June 20th, 2016

Researchers in London and Manchester have published more results as part of their ongoing NIHR funded project investigating the centralisation of acute stroke services in these cities compared to the rest of England. You can read the full paper here. (more…)

SSNAP summary of stroke care

  • June 9th, 2016

The Royal College of Physicians have published an eye catching and simple summary of stroke care from the SSNAP audit.

You can download it here

 

Flying after a stroke

  • June 2nd, 2016

Different Strokes have worked with an airport parking company to come up with some information about flying after stroke. Read the blog here.

Stepping Hill Hospital study day

  • May 31st, 2016

The stroke team at Stepping Hill Hospital held a study day in their education centre on 26th May. The day helped support learning on a wide range of topics including thrombolysis, scanning and rehabilitation.

Service improvement collaborative event a success

  • May 31st, 2016

On 12th May, the network worked with AQuA and our local Strategic Clinical Network to host a collaborative event focusing on improving regional stroke services.

The day was attended by >100 people from across the North West, with a range of topics and practical support discussed. You can download the presentations from the event here.

Another event is planned later in the year.