|Title:||How and why does uptake of secondary prevention medication after stroke vary between general practices and between patient groups?|
|Project Description:||People who survive a stroke are at high risk of recurrence. The evidence base and usage of preventative therapies is increasing, but many patients still miss out.
This research uses a large database of primary care patient records to explore how and why uptake of secondary prevention medication after stroke varies between general practices and between patient groups.
|Start date:||1st December 2013|
|End date:||1st December 2018|
|Contact person:||Dr Duncan Edwards|
|Contact Details:||Primary Care Unit
Institute of Public Health
University Forvie Site, Robinson Way
Telephone: (01223) 330309
Fax: 01223 762515
|Funding Reference:||NIHR Doctral Research Fellowship|
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