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UKSF Reg. No.: 18959

The UK Stroke Forum is a coalition of over 30 independent organisations, hosted by The Stroke Association. The annual conference is the largest UK multidisciplinary stroke conference of the year. T... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 18006

A compreehensive multidisciplinary stroke conference covering all aspects of stroke management. Programme for Day One Conference Thursday 24th September 2015 Stroke Research Meet... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16717

The aim of the course is to develop the students' advanced analytical and clinical skills within the context of current stroke theory, practice and research. Content includes: Classifications of imp... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16724

This is a one-day event for nurses organised by the National Stroke Nursing Forum, the University of Central Lancashire and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and is hosted by the Roy... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 18956

AINTREE ACUTE STROKE TRAINING DAY- PROGRAMME Date and Time TBC Covering Elements E1-E3, E5-E9, & E11 of the Stroke-Specific Education Framework (SSEF) Morning Session 8.30 Welcome and Regi... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16617

This module is suitable for all primary healthcare professionals participating in the care of individuals with, or at risk of, cardiovascular disease. It promotes the development of a sound, compreh... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16702

This is an event for NHS staff who are involved in the emergency clinical assessment of patients for intravenous thrombolysis and thrombectomy. It is organised through the British Association of Strok... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16614

The full course is 3 days in the classroom. The course is based on and uses materials from the Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Conversation programme: Lock, Wilkinso... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16723

The NHS Plan (DoH 2000) defined a ten year programme of modernisation for the NHS, which detailed that services would be designed around the patient. It included aspects such as an improvement in pati... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16741

Stroke is still the most common cause of severe, acquired disability in adult life. Now in its third year, this engaging and practical course will take you through key stages of a stroke patient’s p... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16602

Courses are delivered on-site by two experienced trainers, to groups of up to 20 participants. The course, Bridges stroke self-management programme, comprises an initial 1-day workshop with a follo... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 867

Course not currently running - May 2017 A programme of training specifically designed for all care staff, nursing staff, therapy assistants and family carers that provides those caring for people aff... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16625

Stroke is a complex condition and those affected by stroke may have a wide range of problems. Therefore, an Early Supported Discharge (ESD) team member may be faced with individuals who have diverse p... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16623

The course objectives include recognising the signs and impacts of distress and learning simple skills to promote emotional wellbeing in stroke survivors wherever a staff member meets and works with t... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16607

The aim of the workshop is to raise awareness amongst health care staff regarding the stroke-specific issues around end of life care. There is some excellent training available in each Trust relating ... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16605

The DVD’s provide a range of information and key messages including: Disc 1 - Introduction (explaining the purpose and importance of the DVD), cause and effect of stroke, transfer of care, vital ... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16711

Although there are an increasing number of exercise referral schemes for people who have had a stroke, there was – until recently – no accredited course for exercise instructors to work with this ... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16609

The ARNI programme encourages and advances the rehabilitation of those suffering from the effects of stroke which require progressive recovery of movement, balance, physical strength and confidence.... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16615

The course is an e learning package which is broken down into 2 modules. Module 1 covers Frustration, self confidence, mood disorder (anxiety and low mood), emotionalism and Fatigue. Module 2 cover... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16709

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is a treatment technique involving restraint of the less affected upper limb combined with task practice to promote upper limb function in the hemiplegic arm... ...


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