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Interviews about our latest stroke research

Posted on 04/10/2016

Professor Charles Wolfe, Head of the Division of Health and Social Care Research, was interviewed by the Stroke Alliance For Europe (SAFE) and discussed: 

The challenges are to design more effective ways of preventing stroke

As more people survive stroke, the burden of care and support is great and increasing. However, the implementation of guidelines, interventions and organized stroke care varies across Europe, contributing to variations of outcomes for stroke survivors.

King’s College London has been commissioned by the Stroke Association in the UK, on behalf of the Stroke Alliance for Europe, SAFE, to undertake a project on the burden of stroke and how patients’ needs are met by health care provision in Europe.

The challenges are to go back to designing more effective ways of preventing stroke, said Prof. Charles Wolfe from King’s College London, the lead researcher of the Burden of Stroke Report.

Read more on the SAFE website

 


 Long-term outcomes after stroke

Dr Siobhan Crichton, from HSCR, and Dr Benjamin Bray, formerly at HSCR and now at UCL, were interviewed  for the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry podcast about their recent paper on long-term outcomes after stroke.

 

 

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