“To improve health status for older people and stroke survivors through high quality collaborative research which will have positive impact on local, national and international services.”
The Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research (ASR) is a leading research centre with an established record of addressing key, clinically relevant questions in elderly care and stroke. A programme of multidisciplinary health services research has been developed, facilitated by a strong and supportive network of local and national colleague researchers, NHS clinical staff, patients and their families and friends. Our research uses mixed-methods, incorporating qualitative, quantitative and health economic evaluations.
Making a difference
Working in collaboration with a range of regional and national partner organisations, we have developed a large programme of activities in implementing research into practice.
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We would like to thank all involved, in particular our participants for saying yes to research!
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“Investigation of ward fidelity to a multicomponent #delirium prevention intervention during a multicentre, pragmatic, cluster randomised, controlled feasibility trial”
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