Stroke Medicine

 

The primary purpose of sub-specialty training in stroke medicine is to promote the development of physicians with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to function as an expert consultant resource within specialist stroke services. The detailed role of a stroke physician will vary depending on the type of service within which they are practising. The training programme recognises this, but expects all stroke specialists to have core knowledge and skills in all areas of diagnosis, investigation and treatment relevant to the care of stroke patients. Stroke physicians require skills in service development, team working, teaching, critical appraisal and service evaluation. They should be familiar with stroke research methods and keep up to date with relevant research findings.

The programme is open to all trainees holding MRCP(UK) and an NTN in one of the following medical specialties:
•Geriatric Medicine
•Neurology
•Rehabilitation Medicine
•Cardiology
•Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
•General Internal Medicine

Information for Current Trainees

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Information for trainers and educators

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Potential Applicant

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