The Stroke-Specific Education Framework (SSEF)
Skills for Health
The UKSF Education and Training – accessed via the UK Stroke Forum
Content from the UK Stroke Forum 2017
Sir Bruce Keogh – UK Stroke Forum Speech
Sir Bruce Keogh’s speech from the 2017 UK Stroke Forum.
UK Stroke Forum Debate: This house believes that machines have NO part to play in therapy
This debate session looks at whilst we are all convinced that a key component of rehabilitation post-stroke requires therapy supported repetitive functional task practice, it is clear that in times of austerity and cuts that alternative approaches to providing therapy are required. Some people believe that robotics and other technologies may provide cost-effective solutions and so reduce the number of therapists required to deliver stroke rehabilitation. This house believes that machines have no part to play in the provision of therapy, and insist that therapy should be provided by, or at least supported by, therapists.
The UK Stroke Forum 2018 heads to the Midlands
The Telford International Centre will be hosting the UK’s largest stroke conference in December 2018, find out the what, where and why! The UK Stroke Forum Conference brings together over 1400 stroke care professionals to hear the latest findings in stroke research, share best practice and improve the standards of stroke care. Visit www.ukstrokeforum.org.uk to find out why this is an unmissable event for all those involved in stroke care #UKSF18 @ukstrokeforum