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CONSULT project – Survey for Stroke Survivors

Are you a stroke survivor 18 or over? Help assess the CONSULT system

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The purpose of this online survey is to examine whether stroke survivors’ socio-demographic background (in terms of age, education, disability and living conditions) are related to their willingness to use CONSULT, a novel technology that supports monitoring and self-management of their condition.

It should take 15 minutes to complete our questionnaire: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=FM9wg_MWFky4PHJAcWVDVg2iok_kuGtCrWjIRjWRz0BURThKOFBaWUlGUkI2RTRTSVVHTEtBWlNNVS4u

Date from

12th November 2020

Date to

15th December 2020


King's College London

The CONSULT project is led by King's College London and incudes a multidisciplinary team of researchers from universities across the UK, including University of Lincoln, University of Edinburgh, Brunel University London and Loughborough University. The project is funded by the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The aim of the project is to design safe, usable and smart technology to help stroke survivors self-manage their condition.


CONSULT survey information page.docx



Stroke or cardiovascular disease


UK wide

Involvement type:

Evaluating impact

What support is offered?

For further support when completing this questionnaire please contact the lead researcher for this study: Mr Archie Drake, archie.drake@kcl.ac.uk


In return for your time, you will be entered into a prize draw with a chance of winning a £300 voucher, and ten runner up £50 vouchers!



Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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