Notice of public consultation – September 2022
Draft updated guidelines for stroke management (communication partner training for aphasia, and urinary incontinence)
PLEASE NOTE: Submissions are now closed
The Stroke Foundation Guidelines Development Group has released draft guidelines for stroke management, with recommendations for rehabilitation (communication partner training for aphasia), and managing complications (urinary incontinence).
These guidelines will be submitted to the NHMRC for approval under section 14A of the National Health and Medical Research Council Act 1992.
As part of the approval process, the Stroke Foundation is seeking submissions on the draft guidelines from 12 September to 21 October 2022.
The draft guidelines are available to view electronically on the MAGICapp platform:
- Aphasia (Chapter 5 Rehabilitation) – new recommendations for communication partner training.
- Urinary incontinence (Chapter 6 Managing complications) – updated weak recommendation for structured management plans.
For additional information see Living guidelines updates.
The draft guidelines were made available to the public on Monday 12 September 2022, and all submissions were to be received by 5 pm, Friday 21 October 2022.
How to give feedback
Submissions can be made by following the above links to the MAGICapp platform, and leaving a comment under the Feedback tab below each recommendation.
Please note you need to sign in to MAGICapp to leave a comment. Create an account for free at MAGICapp.org.
For further assistance, or alternatively to provide feedback via email, please contact the Stroke Foundation Guidelines Development Team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org