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    Lisa Kidd

    All of us will have experienced the scale and pace at which we’ve had to make changes in our own practice and to service delivery models over the past few months and will continue to do so as we move into the restoration and recovery phases of the pandemic. An issue that has cropped up several times now in various forums or meetings that I’ve been involved in over the past few weeks is how do we ensure that we continue to involve stroke survivors and their families in the ongoing service redesign and recovery post pandemic? How do we best capture what’s important to stroke survivors and their families right now and how do we ensure their experiences are shaping the new post-covid landscape of stroke care and provision?

    I’d be really interested to know what peoples’ experiences of this are and how to do this given the speed and context of the changes that we are all involved in making at the moment.

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