East of England Stroke Forum Repository

This repository is intended to support clinicians’ continuous professional development with resources related to stroke research and care.

Online repository of resources

Document resource GIF

To support clinicians’ continuous professional development, we have created this online repository of resources related to stroke research and care (including those resulting from the interactive learning series and annual conference) has been created.

This repository is part of the East of England Stroke Forum.

Toolkits and guidance

RightCare Stroke Toolkit

This RightCare toolkit will help support local health systems to understand the priorities in stroke prevention,
identification, acute care, and rehabilitation, as identified in the Integrated Stroke Delivery Networks (ISDNs) National Stroke Service Model (NSSM). Download it now.

Latest research

PHOTONIC: Prehospital triage for suspected stroke patients

PHOTONIC (PreHOspital Triage for potential stroke patients: lessONs from systems Implemented in response to COVID19) builds on our recent rapid service evaluation of prehospital triage in North Central London and East Kent, which focused on safety, effectiveness, and usability. Learn more…

Pre-hospital triage for potential stroke patients: a Q&A with Angus Ramsay

Dr Angus Ramsay is part of the Rapid Service Evaluation Team (RSET) – a collaboration between UCL and the Nuffield Trust. His latest RSET research looks at a new NHS service for triaging potential stroke patients before they reach hospital. Read the interview.

Prehospital video triage of potential stroke patients in North Central London and East Kent: rapid mixed-methods service evaluation

This study showed that prehospital video triage was usable, acceptable and safe in stroke care, but it did require clinician training, stable network connection and appropriate back-up processes. Read more on the NIHR Journals Library.

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To be kept up-to date on the interactive learning sessions, the regional conferences or to request access to the online repository, please register your interest below. If you would like to hear more about this project, or would like to get involved, please contact [email protected].

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