The UK forum for stroke training and the stroke-specific education framework

Friday, September 2, 2011

This short article comments on the stroke-specific education framework being implemented through the UK Forum for Stroke Training. Caroline Watkins, Professor of Stroke and Older People's Care, Clinical Practice Research Unit, University of Central Lancashire; Tracey Barron, Research and Studies Officer, Priority Dispatch Corp, Bristol; David Davis, Clinical Pathways Coordinator/Stroke Lead, South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust; Steve Hatton, Emergency Care Practitioner, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust; Damian Jenkinson, National Clinical Lead, NHS Improvement-Stroke Improvement Programme; Stephanie Jones, Senior Lecturer, Clinical Practice Research Unit, University of Central Lancashire; Christopher Price, Consultant Physician in Stroke, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Newcastle University; Adrian South, Deputy Medical Director, Trust Headquarters, Devon; Tom Quinn, Professor of Clinical Practice, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey; Michael Leathley, Principal Lecturer, Clinical Practice Research Unit, University of Central Lancashire. Email for correspondence: clwatkins@uclan.ac.uk

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