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Stroke Association's Keynote Lecture

 

Living life well: Rehabilitation matters (Professor Marion Walker MBE)

The School of Medicine’s Professor Marion Walker MBE, Professor of Stroke Rehabilitation and Associate Pro Vice Chancellor for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion delivered this year’s Stroke Association Keynote Lecture at the Guildhall, London on May 2nd. The lecture was hosted by the journalist and broadcaster Alistair Stewart OBE. 

Professor Walker addressed the audience with her lecture: ‘Living life well: Rehabilitation matters’, which covered the crucial part rehabilitation plays in restoring the quality of life, not only for the patient but also for those close to them. In her lecture Marion highlighted the world class work being conducted at the University of Nottingham and included Martin Coult, a stroke survivor from the Nottingham Stroke Research Partnership Group, who shared his personal experience of how rehabilitation played a very significant role in his recovery process.

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To see the keynote lecture in full, follow these links:

https://www.stroke.org.uk/about-us/research/research-events/keynote-lecture-2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dQDEWjfoio

 

 

Posted on Saturday 12th May 2018

Stroke Rehabilitation Research

The University of Nottingham
School of Medicine


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