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Date: Thursday 28th September 2023
Location: Dewars Center, Glover St, Perth PH2 0TH
Taboo or not taboo? Challenging our assumptions in stroke care
Hosted by The Scottish Stroke Allied Health Professions Forum (SSAHPF) and The Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF)
We are delighted to announce the date of our joint conference which will take place in the Dewar’s Centre, Perth on the 28th September 2023.
The conference is intended for anyone involved in stroke care, rehabilitation and long-term support including: nurses, allied health professionals, psychologists, doctors, researchers, educators and students, as well as representatives from the 3rd sector.
Keep an eye out for registration details and the forthcoming programme which focusses on addressing challenges and taboos in delivering stroke care as well as presentations on the Scottish Stroke Care Audit, Scotland’s new Progressive Stroke Pathway and the new Royal College of Physicians (RCP) National Stroke Guidelines.
Join us for a day of inspirational and energising discussions and learning.
Please note payment will be required at the time of booking.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries or advice.