New research sheds light on underlying cause of stroke
University of Plymouth News: New research led by Professor Robert Fern shows how the novel drug QNZ-46 can help to lessen the effects of excess release of glutamate in the brain – the main cause of brain injury in stroke.
Specialist practice in stroke care (degree level)
Become effective key personnel in the delivery and enhancement of stroke services with this module delivered by Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with Plymouth University.
Standing Practice In Rehabilitation Early after Stroke (SPIRES)
Plymouth University. Standing Practice In Rehabilitation Early after Stroke (SPIRES): Trial to assess the feasibility of a functional standing frame programme for people with severe stroke.
Neurological rehabilitation: Sensorimotor disorders (masters level)
Plymouth University's 'neurological rehabilitation: sensorimotor disorders' module will enable you to develop advanced knowledge and clinical skills to support assessment and management of people with sensorimotor neurological disorders
Researching impact of music on barriers to communication
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University and Plymouth Music Zone have been awarded more than £150,000 to explore the potential of music making to enhance the lives of people impacted by dementia, autism and strokes
Unique EarlyBird study set for historic third phase
Plymouth University news: EarlyBird has uniquely followed a group of 300 children from the age of four or five to early adulthood, and its findings could hold the key to understanding how the way we live in childhood may affect our health as adults