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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For #StrokePreventonDay, we're asking you to make #OneSmallChange to help reduce your risk of stroke.
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Slightly later than originally planned but our @NIHRresearch funded #ClinicalTrial focused on reducing #sedentarybehaviour after #stroke is officially underway!!!
Thanks again to all of the fabulous teams working with us to take the study forward!...
@AUASResearch would like to thank all older people for their contribution to our communities. We will continue to conduct important researches to improve health for older people and to promote #healthyageing.
The @AUASResearch is pleased to announce a job vacancy for an Ageing and Stroke Researcher.
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