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Evaluation of a Robotic Stroke Rehabilitation Coaching System

Carrying out rehabilitation exercises regularly has the potential of significantly improving a stroke survivor’s recovery. However, due to physical and cognitive deficiencies, stroke survivors may find it difficult to engage...

An investigating exploring the in-patient and out-patient experiences of physiotherapy in individuals who have sustained a CVA during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The aim of the research is to provide an in-depth knowledge of the physiotherapy experience stroke survivors had during the pandemic to gain valuable information about the stroke care and...

“Are we there yet?” - Emerging Adulthood (18 – 25 years) and Living with a Long-Term Physical Condition

This study explores the period of emerging adulthood (18-25 years) and living with and managing a long-term physical condition during this time. You are eligible if you are 18-25 and...

Share Stroke Decisions

Currently making decisions about treatments after severe stroke is very difficult and complex, partly because patients are often too ill to talk about their preferences, families are shocked and upset...

What are the Unmet Needs of Young Stroke? The Perspectives of Young Stroke Survivors, Stroke Carers and Stroke Clinicians

Stroke is often viewed as a condition or disease of the elderly (Singhal et al., 2013) but 25% of stroke cases occur in individuals

Designing a tool to provide support to people with aphasia during everyday conversations

It can be difficult to speak after a stroke. This study looks at how tools on the Internet can be used. These tools can make it easier for you to...

Bringing Outdoor Walks Indoors during the Covid-19 Pandemic and beyond

This Edinburgh University Dept of Clinical Psychology project aims to evaluate the impact of nature walks for older adults. The project will meet this aim by exploring the impacts of...

EPPSAT Programme

The Edinburgh Patient Partnership Needs your Help This dedicated service seeks patients with clinical signs for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and exams. We wish to seek new patients for exams...

What do stroke survivors, carers and providers consider important in rehabilitation services?

This study will aim to address the question "What do the users of rehabilitation programmes think is important in a rehabilitation tool?". The study uses a short questionnaire to collect...

The experiences of people with atrial fibrillation: Managing symptoms and accessing healthcare over the COVID-19 pandemic

We are recruiting individuals with atrial fibrillation (AF) to take part in an online recorded interview about their experiences of managing AF during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re over 18,...