Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) – updated in Response to Covid-19 (April 14 2020)

24 Apr 2020

We understand that Covid-19 has radically shifted priorities for everyone in the UK and across the world.

We’d like to thank you for your continued support of the Stroke PSP and reassure you that we are continually assessing how the project will need to adapt to the changes in response to the virus.

We understand that right now the coronavirus is causing worry and a lot of change to the lives of those affected by stroke. Many people and organisations are working to change how they can be there to support stroke survivors and those close to them at this time. We also continue to look to the future.

We realise too that many health and social care professionals are working round the clock to support the coronavirus crisis, and/or to support stroke patients, and that stroke services are being affected.

Since the beginning of March, the Stroke Priority Setting Partnership has been gathering the voices of stroke survivors and health and social care professionals to find out what research they hope can make the biggest difference to the lives of those affected by stroke. If you can, we’d really appreciate you taking 10 minutes to join them in a project that can help to change the future for people affected by stroke.

You can take part now until May at www.stroke.org.uk/jla and please share the opportunity with other health and social care professionals or people affected by stroke that you may know (where it seems appropriate to do so).

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