• Audio
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30 minutes

GPs,GP trainees,Hospital doctors....

Stroke research: interview with Professor Peter Rothwell - in association with the Victor Horsley memorial lectures - Archived [?]

This read, reflect, and respond module explores the current state of stroke care, primary and secondary prevention, and the latest research into prevention of TIA and minor stroke.

Learning outcomes

After completing this module you should:

  • Understand the current state of stroke care
  • Be aware of primary and secondary prevention
  • Understand the latest research into prevention of TIA (transient ischaemic attack) and minor stroke
  • Understand the significance of "usual" and variable blood pressure in assessing risk
  • Be aware of the most recent research on the effects of aspirin.

Written by:

BMJ Learning clinical editors


 Helen Morant, Peter Rothwell

Last updated

22 Jul 2010

Release date

22 Jul 2010


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