Rehabilitation and data webinar

  • December 13th, 2018

Our Manager Sarah Rickard and Community Lead Tracy Walker shared their insights into how we have used data to help drive transformation of community neuro rehabilitation services.

You can view the whole webinar here or a summary here and our slides here.

New era for stroke webinars

  • November 7th, 2018

A new learning network to help support improvements in stroke has been launched, supported by the Stroke Association and NHS England. We are involved in the network’s development and it will be running a series of webinars for professionals.¬† (more…)

Effective therapy day helps share best practice

  • November 7th, 2018

On 1st November, the network hosted a masterclass bringing together over 30 therapists involved with neuro-rehabilitation from across the region to share insights and best practice. (more…)

Specialist Physiotherapist Neuro Outreach Band 6

  • October 31st, 2018

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, dynamic and forward thinking Physiotherapist with excellent clinical skills to join our Integrated Community Stroke and Neuro Rehabilitation team. (more…)

Local stroke teams conquer 3 peak challenge

  • October 10th, 2018

Staff from Manchester Royal Infirmary and Fairfield General Hospital stroke teams successfully completed the 3 peak challenge on the 22nd September to raise funds. (more…)

Salford Royal Clinical Director sky dives to raise funds

  • September 27th, 2018

On 29th September, Dr Ilse Burger, Clinical Director for stroke at Salford Royal Hospital jumped out of an airplane in a tandem sky dive to raise funds to improve the facilities in the stroke unit for patients and their families. (more…)

3rd annual Life After Stroke Conference a success!

  • September 26th, 2018

The network held its third annual Life After Stroke event on 25th September to help promote recovery and rehabilitation, especially in the longer term following discharge from hospital. (more…)

Ambulance app wins award

  • September 24th, 2018

We have been part of a Connecting Health Cities project developing a mobile phone app to help ambulance crews understand and follow our pathway for stroke. Our Co-ordinator Chris Ashton has led this work with colleagues.

The collaboration won an Award at the ISDNetwork North West enabling healthcare 24/7 conference in Blackpool last week.

Well done to everyone else involved from D2 Digital, Salford Royal and North West Ambulance Service!