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Have you had a stroke in the last six years?
Have you cared for someone who has experienced a stroke in the last six
Do you think you could represent the views of others?
The Scottish Government has made a major commitment to improving stroke treatment and care and as a consequence we are looking for people with experience of Stroke to ensure that the voice of lived experience is a core part of this journey of improvement.
As a panel member you would be supported to seek the views of other individuals who have had a stroke or who is a carer of someone who has had
a stroke, listen and respect different opinions, advise, comment and help shape the future of Stroke Services in Scotland.
If you are interested in finding out more please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 27th November.
We will arrange an informal chat where you can ask us further questions about the role and what commitment is expected of panel members.
If you are still interested after we have spoken to you, we will support you with the application process.
We aim to appoint to the National Panel before Christmas, and future meetings and discussions will be held on zoom until face to face meetings can
Thank you for your support.
Professor Martin Dennis
On Behalf of the National Advisory Committee for Stroke
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