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On November 25th, the Stroke Association and the Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre (Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford) teamed up to raise awareness about stroke.

A series of short presentations by Stroke Association Services, Oxford University Researchers working in stroke and a unique stroke survivor's experience was followed by interactive research demos, information stands run by local stroke services and poster presentations. (An overview of the event can be found on the event flyer here and copies of the talks and presentations are available here)


BBC Oxford News filmed some of the work in the Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre in the morning.