The UK Stroke Forum Conference 2016

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The latest in stroke rehabilitation

This Clinical Medicine Journal (published in London by the Royal College of Physicians)  Concise Guideline abstracts key recommendations from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Clinical Guideline 162 on stroke rehabilitation of particular relevance to clinicians in general medicine, to inform their front-line practice and promote liaison and collaboration with the specialist service.

Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme October 2015

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UK stroke Forum Conference 4th-6th December 2012

The UK Stroke Forum conference is the largest UK multidisciplinary stroke conference of the year, bringing together around 1,500 healthcare professionals involved in stroke care and research. Conference dates are 4 to 6 December 2012 at the Harrogate International Centre. The UK Stroke Forum offers healthcare professionals and all those with an interest in stroke the opportunity […]

Welcome address to the 22nd XXII European Stroke Congress London May 2013

It is a great pleasure to invite you to the XXII European Stroke Conference, which will be held in London for the first time, from 28 May to 31 May 2013. The ESC has become the premier educational and scientific event in the field and attracts delegates from all over the world. The scientific programme […]

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