Assistive technology in stroke Free

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Nick Ward presents a lecture on developments in technology to aid those affected by stroke. He focuses on upper limb recovery and what treatment options are available currently. Ward then explores how technology can improve the use of limbs through increased exercise and activity. 

This lecture was part of an event called ‘Medicine and Me: Stroke' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London. 

Date of lecture: 22nd September 2014  

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Length: 00:21:30

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:14:17 - Passive exercise
00:14:17 - Evidence
00:21:00 - Conclusion
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Professor Rose Anne Kenny, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.

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Dr Anthony Rudd, Consultant Physician in Stroke Medicine at St Thomas' Hospital, and 'Stroke Tsar'.

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Dr James LeFanu, General Practitioner and columnist for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph.  

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Andrew Robathan MP, Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans.

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Dr David Hilton-Jones, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

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