25 Years of Stroke Care - Tony Rudd's Inaugural Lecture

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This is the inaugural lecture given by Tony Rudd when he became Professor of Stroke Medicine at King's College London. Professor Rudd is also a Consultant Stroke Physician at Guys and St.Thomas’ Hospital and the National Clinical Director for Stroke NHS England. His reconfiguration of London's acute stroke services won the BMJ 2012 award for Improvement in Patient Safety.

The full lecture lasts just over an hour. However, it has been broken up into shorter sections for easy navigation to the material of most interest to you. A full transcript is also provided for easy reference.

This resource will be useful to anyone interested in:

  • A quick introduction to stroke
  • Key highlights from research programs in stroke care, rehabilitation and prevention in which staff at St Thomas' have been involved
  • A summary of the progress made in stroke care, including the London Stroke Strategy, and projects in St.Petersburg and China
  • Insights into Tony Rudd's career progression and personal anecdotes

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