Glasgow Caledonian University are looking to speak to stroke survivors as part of a research project.
‘Life after Stroke: lessons from personal narratives of survival, managing change and overcoming adversity.’
The aim of this project is to interview stroke survivors and learn about what has, and has not, helped them to adjust to life after stroke. Glasgow Caledonian University hope that the information collected will reveal important lessons that can help to improve the ways that people with stroke are supported in the future and they intend to distribute these lessons to stroke survivors, their friends and families, carers, healthcare professionals, policy makers and the wider public.
If you are interested in getting involved, please see the attached letter of invitation and participant information sheet for more detail about the project and ways to get in touch.