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Stroke Association Project Grant Award 2019-20 open for applications
Stroke Association UK Lectureship Awards open for applications
The Stroke Association are inviting applications for their UK Lectureship Awards in the field of stroke.
‘How low to go?’ Top transatlantic research journals debate antihypertensive treatment
It is widely recognised that raised blood pressure is probably the single most important treatable risk factor for cardiovascular disease in later life. The evidence that older people can benefit from antihypertensive drugs has accumulated with a succession of randomised controlled trials over the past 35 years. These trials have shown reduced risk of stroke and myocardial infarction, as well as decreased total mortality.
What Goes In Affects What Comes Out – How Frailty Affects Outcomes in Ischaemic Stroke
Geriatricians play a key role in Stroke Medicine. Alongside neurologists and rehabilitation physicians, geriatricians bring a vital skill to the management of stroke; an understanding of frailty.
Spring Meeting 2019
The latest scientific research and best clinical practice in healthcare of older people
NW Thames Region Autumn Meeting 2018
This event is a local forum covering the latest scientific research and the best clinical practice in care of older people.