Developing a primary care-based stroke model: the prevalence of longer-term problems experienced by patients and carers.

@article{Murray2003DevelopingAP,
  title={Developing a primary care-based stroke model: the prevalence of longer-term problems experienced by patients and carers.},
  author={Jenny Murray and John Garratt Young and Anne Forster and Robert Ashworth},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2003},
  volume={53 495},
  pages={803-7}
}
BACKGROUND Over the last two decades, the need for a longer-term perspective to stroke management has become increasingly recognised. This paper reports a component of a larger project aimed at developing a systematic, primary care-based service for stroke aftercare. AIM To identify the types and prevalence of longer-term problems experienced by stroke patients and their carers in the United Kingdom (UK). METHOD Systematically identified quantitative surveys reporting the prevalence of long… CONTINUE READING
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