University of Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group

aasgroupThe Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group (@astroke) is a group of stroke survivors and carers who work with stroke researchers from the University of Nottingham. The Group meets every two months to review stroke research proposals.

Where appropriate, lay members may also serve on research study steering groups or participate in research studies themselves. The Group’s aim is to ensure stroke research conducted locally involves stroke patients and carers and is informed by their needs and wishes.

Information for Researchers

If you have a stroke research proposal you would like to submit for review by the Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group, please contact Helen Taylor (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to express an interest. You will be allocated a presentation slot at a forthcoming meeting.
 
Please provide:
 
• A one page A4 lay summary of the project to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. two weeks prior to the meeting.
 
Your summary should include:Title of study
 
Description / background details of the study
Three questions you wish the lay members to consider
Please prepare:
 
• A 5-10 minute presentation of your project to bring to the meeting
 
You will be asked questions on the day. There is usually a 15 minute Q&A session allowing input from lay members (stroke survivors and carers).
 
You will receive feedback after the meeting.
 
You will be expected to provide a status update, including whether funded or not, to the Group six months after presenting your proposal.
 
Link to the Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group UoN page: Click here

Information for Stroke Survivors

The Group is currently composed of 15 stroke survivors and carers who meet every two months. We also have 17 virtual group members who review research proposals and provide comments electronically.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Group, please do get in touch with Helen Taylor (0)115 82 30246 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Meetings 2019

Monday 21st January
Monday 18th March
Monday 20th May
Monday 22nd July
Monday 23rd September
Monday 18th November

Meetings 2018

Monday 22nd January
Monday 19th March
Monday 21st May
Monday 23rd July
Monday 17th September
Monday 19th November

Meetings 2017

Monday 16th January
Monday 20th March
Monday 8th May
Monday 17th July
Monday 18th September
Monday 20th November

Venue: Lakeside Arts (click for Map)

Further dates to be confirmed.

For more information contact:

Helen Taylor, Administration Coordinator, Stroke Research Partnership Group (atastroke)
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel: +44 (0)115 82 30246

Post: Helen Taylor, Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing, Room B114, B Floor,
Medical School, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre,
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

Stroke Research Workshop for Stroke Survivors - 23rd July

The Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group (atastroke) held a Stroke Research Workshop in 2018. This was attended by over 60 delegates most of which were stroke survivors, carers and families affected by stroke.

Back by popular demand, the Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group is hosting another Stroke Research Workshop event on 23rd July 2019. This free event is open to stroke survivors and family members. Places must be booked in advance.

Have you had a stroke? Do you care for a stroke survivor?
We need you!
The Stroke Research Workshop is being held on
Tuesday 23rd July
10.00am to 2.30pm
at City Hospital, Nottingham
………
Stroke survivors and carers have unique personal experience of the impact of stroke and their perspective is essential
in shaping future research directions.
Come along and hear details of some of the latest Stroke Research
Question the Researchers on their work and give your evaluation of the studies from a patient/carer point of view
Share your experiences.
Tell us your priorities, so that future research will produce better outcomes and experiences for people like you.
………
This is a free event. Lunch and refreshments are provided.
Places are limited. Booking is required.
To book your place, please contact
Helen Taylor: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0115 82 30246