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Help research stroke discharge planning

Healthcare professionals’ perspectives of coordinated discharge planning post-stroke

Survey for health professionals:

Going home after a stroke is a significant milestone in the stroke recovery journey. To transition home successfully, patient-centred discharge planning is essential and results in reduced anxiety and depression, improved satisfaction with health care, continuity of care and general wellbeing.

This study aims to describe the current practices of stroke health professionals in undertaking stroke discharge planning and barriers and facilitators to engaging primary health care providers and undertaking a coordinated discharge planning approach. This study seeks health professionals from primary, and specialist care to share their experience of stroke discharge planning.

This survey is now closed

Contact: Dr Rachelle Pitt r.pitt1@uq.edu.au for more information about the study.

Flyer for research on stroke discharge planning