Improving stroke care in Manchester through research, quality improvement and education

Celebrate World Stroke Day at Salford Royal Foundation Trust!

Come and find out how the staff at Salford Royal are improving services for people with stroke in Greater Manchester! Find out from scientists and clinicians about ground breaking research at Manchester University that will change treatments for people with stroke and help us, working with the Stroke Association and the NHS and social care, to improve Life After Stroke.

This will be an interactive afternoon (no talks!) with a chance to chat to nurses, doctors, therapists and scientists about stroke care and how it is changing, and to “have a go” with scientific experiments and displays. Get your blood pressure and pulse checked too!

This event will be of interest to anyone who cares about stroke, and relevant to people with stroke, TIA and subarachnoid haemorrhage, their families and friends, and to scientists, managers and clinicians. Just drop in if you don’t have time to make the whole event, but there will be lots to see and people to talk to!

Tea and coffee will be available throughout.

You can find out more about the day, including how to book here.

24th October 2016

2pm - 4pm

Frank Rifkind Lecture Theatre, Mayo Building, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, salford

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