Tag Archives: Mood Disorders After Stroke

Women Have Poorer Quality of Life After Stroke (BBC News)

Summary Research in the United States, covering 1,370 patients three months and a year after a stroke, has found that women tend to have a poorer quality of life after a stroke than men. Women tend to have strokes at a … Continue reading

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Psychological Care After Stroke (NHS Improvement)

Summary This report from NHS Improvement models the costs, and potential cost-savings, of psychological support services for people with problems with mood disorders after stroke. According to one model, an investment of £69,000 in psychological care through a clinical psychologist-led … Continue reading

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