At the 2016 UK Stroke Forum Dr Ben Bray, Stroke Programme Research Director at the Royal College of Physicians, gave a talk entitled Social inequalities and outcomes after stroke. This video is a recording of that talk along with the question and answer session after the talk that included all four speakers from the session: Lizz Paley, Dr Ben Bray, Professor Peter Hermanek, and Professor Marie Eriksson.
Watch the presentation from this session by Lizz Paley, Stroke Programme Intelligence Manager at the Royal College of Physicians, here: vimeo.com/196863365
The Stroke Programme at the Royal College of Physicians includes the Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) as well as being involved with the National Clinical Guideline for Stroke with the Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party.
The 2016 National Clinical Guideline for Stroke can be found at strokeaudit.org/guideline
The Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) is the single source of stroke data in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Papers that have used SSNAP data can be found at strokeaudit.org/research
To see the latest results in stroke care for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, please go to strokeaudit.org and click on Results.
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