FAQ Page

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Check our clinical trials page first.

If you live in the Hunter region you can join the Hunter Stroke Research Volunteer Register (HSRVR). The HSRVR recruits a database of people with stroke, living in the region, who are willing to be contacted to participate in research at a later date. The Register is a centralised process for contacting people with stroke who would like to take part in research.

Otherwise, all stroke research trials are registered with the Australian and New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (www.anzctr.org.au).

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To support the CRE you can donate to the Florey or HMRI. Visit our “Give” page for details.
The Stroke Foundation has information about stroke for patients, carers and professionals.
Call 03 9670 1000 or visit their website (https://strokefoundation.com.au/).

Stroke Foundation

Stroke Foundation

The CRE has two centres. One is located at The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health in Heidelberg (onsite at the Austin Hospital) and the other in Newcastle at the Hunter Medical Research Institute. The best way to contact the CRE is via our contact page or call 03 9035 7000.
The Centre of Research Excellence in Stroke Rehabilitation and Brain Recovery is a talented group of stroke researchers that want to transform the way that stroke research is conducted and used. The CRE is funded by a grant from the National Heath and Medical Research Council.

If you think you might be having a stroke call 000 immediately. The Stroke Foundation lists some common symptoms here: https://strokefoundation.com.au/about-stroke/stroke-symptoms

Stroke Foundation

Stroke Foundation