Published talks - Joining Forces 28th June 2018

The speakers at the Joining Forces 2018 event have, where possible, given us permission to publish their talks - please see below..

Improving care and treatment of intracerebral haemorrhage
Speaker – Dr. Adrian Parry Jones, Senior Lecturer in Vascular Neurology at Salford Royal NHS FT
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Addressing wellbeing through building relationships and being human in stroke care
Speakers - Clare Gordon, NIHR Clinical Academic Fellow & Dr Caroline Ellis-Hill, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences,  Bournemouth University.
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Patient Activation methods
Speakers – Dr. Louise Johnson & Stephanie Heath, Royal Bournemouth and
Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Wessex Strategic Clinical
Network

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National Stroke Plan
Speaker – Juliet Bouverie, CEO of The Stroke Association and Dr. Martin James, Consultant Stroke Physician/Honorary Associate Professor, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital/University of Exeter Medical School
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HASU level care-monitoring and decision making
Speaker – Dr. Gill Cluckie, Stroke nurse consultant, St. Georges’ University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
unable to publish

Supporting children of parents with stroke
Speaker –Trudi M Cameron MSc, RGN, RSCN, PhD Student, Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing
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Implementing thrombectomy: opportunities and challenges’
Speaker – Dr. Martin James, Consultant Stroke Physician/Honorary Associate Professor, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital/University of Exeter Medical School
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Nursing Competencies – novel ways of providing training and education
Speaker – Tim Ayers, Consultant Nurse for Stroke, RDE
unable to publish

Post-stroke cognition: a neuropsychology approach to screening, assessment and predicting recovery 
Speaker – Nele Demeyere, Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
Unable to publish due to data protection issues

Development and Evaluation of a Group-Based
Singing Intervention for People with Aphasia

Speaker - Dr. Mark Tarrant, PhD, Psychology Applied to Health -University of Exeter Medical School
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Standing practice in rehabilitation early after stroke (SPIRES) project
Speaker – Angie Logan, NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow/Specialist Physiotherapist Strokie Rehabilitation, Faculty of Health and Human Science, Plymouth University. 
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Thrombolysing People on dabigatran
Speaker- Dr Ella Sherman, Care of the Elderly Registrar, Musgrove Park Hospital.
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16.00 -16.20 Network Update
Dr. Martin James, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
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Followed by final comments, close and depart