To keep stroke high on the parliamentary agenda. The Group aims to be the voice in Parliament of all those affected by stroke, and provides influence, challenge and scrutiny on multiple issues, including stroke rehabilitation, acute care, workforce and research.
1. Important information on extension to use in adolescents (≥16 years) and request for data collection
25/09/2018 - Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
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Found: August 2018 Actilyse (Alteplase) in Acute lschaemic Stroke: Important information on extension to use in adolescents
Found: The pilot had inadvertently omitted to add two-stroke
is a high-winged, two-seat microlight
Found: project grant
Purines for Rapid Identifcation of
Stroke MImics (PRISM)
4. Ambulance Quality Indicators Clinical Outcomes for May 2021
14/10/2021 - NHS England
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Found: the clinical outcomes following cardiac arrest, stroke and myocardial infarction.
5. Allow visitors to stroke victims with mental health conditions during COVID 19
16/11/2020 - Petitions
Found: the family of stroke victims who have severe depression and anxiety to see the stroke victims. Allow
1. Stroke: Aftercare
21/04/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: considered the National Stroke Programme and aftercare and rehabilitation services for stroke patients.It - Speech Link
2. NHS: Stroke Care
05/03/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: community staff to achieve the priority ambition for stroke care set out in the NHS Long Term Plan, to meet - Speech Link
2: outlined commitments to improve stroke services, including better stroke rehabilitation services and increased - Speech Link
3: see improved stroke services, I welcome the recognition in the NHS Long Term Plan of stroke as a clinical - Speech Link
3. Atrial Fibrillation
07/05/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: circulation and block arteries in the brain, causing stroke. As a result, AF is the root cause of one in five - Speech Link
4. Health: Stroke
14/11/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: director, Professor Stephen Powis, and the CEO of the Stroke Association, Juliet Bouverie. Following this, the - Speech Link
2: response. While the promise of including the national stroke plan in the full NHS long-term plan is welcome - Speech Link
3: was right to include the work undertaken on the stroke plan within a long-term plan, because clearly that - Speech Link
5. Health: Stroke Survivors
28/06/2018 - Grand Committee
1: of my registered interest as the chairman of the stroke charity ARNI, Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological - Speech Link
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Sir Robert Neill MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8169.
Public Enquiry Point:
Charlotte Nicholls, Stoke Association, 240 City Road, London EC1V 2PR . Tel: 020 3873 5723
Stroke Association acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.stroke.org.uk/
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