Yearly Archives: 2019

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Person-Centred Care and Evidence Live conference

By Elizabeth Lynch Reading about person-centred care can only go so far, but after talking to researchers and seeing it in practice I understood this concept much better. The philosophy of person-centred care that was developed and tested by the team at the Centre for Person-Centred Care Research at the University of Gothenburg is that a [...]

Podcast features CRE researchers on the latest in stroke

The latest episode of Florey Stroke's Scientists of Stroke chats with Professor Julie Bernhardt, CRE director, about the impact of young stroke. The Scientists of Stroke podcast interviews stroke researchers from the Florey Stroke theme. Discussions include updates on the latest research as well as insights into life as a scientist. In other episodes, Professor Bernhardt talks about the [...]

Examining the brain mechanisms behind cognitive changes in TIA and minor stroke

By Korinne Nicolas The University of Newcastle’s Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory (FNL) has been studying cognitive decline in ageing and the factors that may contribute to and speed up this process. We know cognitive ability does change as we get older – specifically ageing effects our ability to think flexibly and come up with problem-solving strategies. [...]