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How is cognition managed after stroke?

Addressing cognitive changes in stroke survivors: An Australian healthcare perspective

You're invited to contribute to a Monash University research project that is investigating health professionals' experience and perception of how cognition is managed after stroke. Specifically, the perceived capability, opportunity and motivation of health professionals involved in stroke care to address cognition with stroke patients/clients.

The research team is looking for Australian health professionals currently working with stroke patients (e.g., speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, nurses, neurologists, GPs, etc.)

Participants will complete a 50-minute interview either remotely or in person at Notting Hill, Victoria, exploring their experience and perception of how cognitive changes are identified and managed after stroke.

Participants will receive a $40 voucher at the conclusion of the study.


If you're interested, please contact Miki Boneh, PhD candidate (clinical neuropsychology) on 0431 348 383 or email michal.boneh@monash.edu

Explanatory statement - expression of interest (PDF 85 KB)
Explanatory statement - consent (PDF 81 KB)