Stroke Pathway E-Learning Course

Learn about the journey through the healthcare system that may be undertaken by someone affected by Stroke.

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Stroke Pathway E-Learning Aims

The impact of Stroke is immense. In recent years the development of co-ordinated Stroke Services has been recognised within government policy following publications such as the National Stroke Strategy (2007) and the Department of Health Face-Arm-Speech-Time (FAST) campaign.

These initiatives aim to reduce mortality, improve services and raise public awareness.

Stroke Pathway E-Learning Objectives

The Stroke Pathway e-learning course is designed for Health and Social Care Staff, Stroke Patients and Carers and aims to provide an understanding of:

  • The causes and effects of a Stroke
  • The treatment of Stroke
  • Prevention of Stroke
  • The work of specialist multidisciplinary Stroke teams and important rehabilitation skills
  • The long term impact of Stroke
  • Long term care support and re-integration into community life

Stroke Pathway E-Learning Course Content

The Stroke Pathway e-learning course includes:

  • Stroke as a medical emergency and its causes and effects
  • Preventing, assessing and treating Stroke
  • Rehabilitation after Stroke
  • Long term care and social re-integration
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