The Scottish Stroke AHP Forum’s (SSAHPF) main aim is to promote the highest quality of rehabilitation for people with stroke.
This is achieved by playing an active part in influencing AHP developments and services at local and national levels. The forum also participates and promotes research in clinical stroke rehabilitation. This helps to improve life after stroke for all stroke patients, their families and carers.
Dr Jacqui Morris
Reader in Rehabilitation Research,
Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee.
Honorary Allied Health Professions Consultant, NHS Tayside
Telephone – 01382 388666
Email – [email protected]
Membership is free. Joining is easy, simply click the button below and complete the membership form.
As a member you will receive regular mailings and invitations to participate in related research studies.
Members are required to update their details periodically to renew their membership.
Scottish Stroke AHP Forum Conference 2021
Ageing well with stroke in the era of COVID-19
Thursday 17 June
The theme of this online conference is ‘Ageing well with stroke in the era of COVID-19’. At a time where people affected by stroke have been experiencing unprecedented changes in their care and rehabilitation, this conference aims to create an opportunity to share insights acquired during the pandemic and disseminate research findings and service innovation to facilitate recovery and healthy ageing after stroke.
Meetings are held quarterly in either Glasgow or Edinburgh. Opportunities for teleconferencing and videoconferencing are available to encourage participation from remote and rural areas.
The next SSAHPF Committee meeting is to be confirmed and will be posted here.