A research fellow at University of Stirling. Obtained her PhD from QMUC, looking at support & information in relation to pain after limb amputation. Has worked on various qualitative research projects including the Healthtalk online websites on Chronic Pain & Stroke
A health services researcher & Director of the Alliance for Self Care Research, Dept. of Nursing & Midwifery, University of Stirling. She has done a lot of research projects about people's experiences of health & illness and how they care for their health
Kerry is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Bridgepoint Health (a complex continuing care and rehabilitation facility) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She completed her PhD in Health Services research at the University of Toronto in 2010. Shortly after she spent 6 months as a Visiting Scholar with the Health Experiences Research Group at the University of Oxford, at which time she completed the update for the stroke module on this website. Her research expertise spans health services, health policy, home and community care, rural health, complex chronic disease, and aging.
Director of Advice and Support, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland
Caroline Leigh Watkins
Professor of Stroke and Older People's Care, University of Central Lancashire
Professor of Physiotherapy, The Department of Primary Care & General Practice, The University of Birmingham
Professor of Medical Neurology, The University of Edinburgh
Former Chief Executive, Different Strokes
Consultant and Professor in Neurological Rehabiliation, Oxford Centre for Enablement
Senior Speech and Language Therapist and Clinical Research Fellow, University of Stirling
Professor in the Medicine of Older People, University of Nottingham
Clinical Reader in Stroke Epidemiology, Department of Primary Care & General Practice, The University of Birmingham
Occupational Therapist and Clinical, Research Fellow, University of Stirling
Deputy Director of Research and Development, The Stroke Association
Principal Research Fellow in Occupational Therapy, University of Nottingham
Research Director, Health Experiences Research Group, Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford.
Training Consultant, Connect - The Communication Disability Network
We would like to thank all the participants and health professionals who helped us with this research. We would like to thank Sylvie Thorn, Stroke Service Development Manager for Oxfordshire PCT, for providing access to the Oxfordshire Community Stroke Forum where participants for the Stroke Update were recruited and education on the spectrum of stroke services was provided.
Managed Clinical Networks on the Web
The Alliance for Self Care Research