Past events

Conferences

  • “Improving door-to-puncture times: the Imperial experience” – Annual Imperial Thrombectomy Symposium – April 12-13, 2019 – Olympia London, United Kingdom
  • “Developing the Thrombectomy pathway in a London neuroscience centre: the use of simulation” – 11th European Association of Neuroscience Nurses Congress – March 22, 2019 – Manchester Central Convention Complex, Manchester, United Kingdom
  • “National Nursing Challenges”. Annual Imperial Thrombectomy Symposium, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (London, United Kingdom), 14 May 2018
  • “How are you feeling? – a campaign to encourage staff to ask patients about their emotional wellbeing. Poster presented at the UK Stroke Forum (Liverpool, United Kingdom), December 2017
  • “Can tailored secondary prevention provided by the stroke specialist nurse be enhanced by occupational therapists and physiotherapists to incorporate in therapy sessions?”. Poster presented at the UK Stroke Forum (Liverpool, United Kingdom), December 2017
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  • “Digesting Dysphagia”. Royal College of Nursing Congress (Liverpool, United Kingdom), 15 May 2017
  • “How to save a stroke patient in 1 hour?”. Royal College of Nursing Congress (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 20 June 2016
  • “The Glasgow Coma Scale: doing it right”. Royal College of Nursing Congress (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 19 June 2016
  • “Post stroke feelings: perceptions of past and present in stroke patients attending a stroke support group in a stroke care centre”.Poster presented at the European Stroke Conference 2016 (Venice, Italy), April 2016
  • Are stroke patients attending an outpatient nurse-led stroke clinic in hospital adhering to medication?”. Poster accepted for the European Stroke Conference (Vienna, Austria),May 2015
  • “Alcohol risk and awareness in patients attending a nurse-led stroke clinic as outpatient”. Poster presented at the 1st European Stroke Organization Conference (Glasgow, United Kingdom), April 2015
  • “FAST media campaigns have not resulted in increased stroke awareness and other strategies are required to reduce delays to presentation”. Poster presented at the European Stroke Conference (NICE, France), May 2014
  • “Best foot forward”. Poster presented at the European Stroke Conference (London, United Kingdom), May 2013

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