The NIHR Dissemination Centre and the Stroke Association invite you to a seminar to mark the launch of its Themed Review of NIHR research relating to the organisation and quality of stroke care.
How has research changed the way stroke services are organised? What do we know about best systems of stroke care and what do we still need to know? This review brings together NHS-funded research relevant to those who commission, plan, manage, deliver and use stroke services. You will hear about important recent research and reflections on what this means for managers, clinicians and families affected by stroke.
Confirmed speakers/contributors (more to follow):
Ruth Boaden – Director, CLAHRC Greater Manchester
Juliet Bouverie – Chief Executive, Stroke Association
Benjamin Bray – Public Health Academic Clinical Fellow, King’s College London
Gary Ford - Chief Executive Officer, Oxford AHSN
Tom Robinson – NIHR CRN National Stroke Lead
Tony Rudd – National Clinical Director for Stroke, NHS England
Pippa Tyrell – Chair in Stroke Medicine, Manchester
Refreshments will be provided from 10:00 and the seminar will include a light lunch.
Photograph courtesy of the Stroke Association