Tag Archives: Stroke Association

Fatigue after stroke: so common, yet so little understood

Guest blog by Dr Shamim Quadir, Research Communications Manager at the Stroke Association For many reasons, we can all experience the normal type of fatigue that will usually resolve with rest. It could be due to a bad night’s sleep, or … Continue reading

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Weighing up the pros and cons of EU-funded research in stroke

Guest blog by Gary Randall, European Research Manager at the Stroke Association  Horizon 2020 (H2020) is now up and running, and has funded its first new acute stroke project, PRECIOUS . The EU funding regulations enforce a multi-country, multi-culture approach … Continue reading

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High-tech stroke recovery aids? More likely than you may think

May is ‘Action on Stroke Month‘ which is all about reaching out to stroke survivors and carers to help raise awareness of stroke. In a series of blog posts this month from the Stroke Association Dr Clare Walton, Research Communications Officer writes … Continue reading

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