Opportunity details

Help design research for stroke survivors

Get involved in helping us design our study on post-stroke emotionalism

Link to organisation:

https://www.uea.ac.uk/web/about/norwich-medical-school/research

Full description:

We are a team of researchers and patients applying for a NIHR grant for a clinical trial to test if an antidepressant works to treat emotionalism after a stroke, and if this is an acceptable solution. Emotionalism means that you spontaneously cry, or laugh, inappropriately. This can really affect people’s lives.

We would like to talk to people about our study plans, particularly people who have had a stroke, who have had emotionalism after a stroke or who care for someone who has had a stroke.

Date from

15th February 2021

Date to

1st June 2021

Organisation

Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia

We are a team of UK and Australian researchers and patients applying for a NIHR grant for a clinical trial to test if an antidepressant works to treat emotionalism after a stroke. The UK team is based at Norwich Medical School and the study will be led by Professor Niall Broomfield.

Attachment

Study Plans Brief Summary.docx


Details

Topic:

Stroke or cardiovascular disease

Location:

UK wide

Involvement type:

Designing and managing

What support is offered?

We are very happy to tell you more about the study plans and answer any questions you have.

Payment:

None at this stage

Expenses:

None as we will call you either by telephone or online (as you prefer).

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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