Registration is now open for The Ageing Well with Stroke in the era of COVID-19 E-conference 2021, led by GCU researchers.
The virtual event is aimed at anyone involved in stroke care, rehabilitation and long-term support, including: nurses, allied health professionals, doctors, researchers, bioengineers, educators and students in these fields, as well as representatives from the third sector.
This conference on June 17 is the first of its kind and hosted jointly by Glasgow Caledonian University’s Ageing Well Research Group and the Living with Stroke and Other Neurological Conditions Research Group, as well as the Scottish Stroke AHP Forum and the Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum.
The theme of this online conference is ‘Ageing well with stroke in the era of COVID-19’ and is particularly important at a time where people affected by a stroke have been experiencing unprecedented changes in their care and rehabilitation.
The event aims to create an opportunity to share insights acquired during the pandemic and disseminate research findings and service innovation to facilitate recovery and healthy ageing after stroke.
Register here for the event on Thursday, June 17, 2021, from 12.30-4.30pm. The delegate registration fee is £35 and £25 for PhD and undergraduate students.