The situation regarding the COVID pandemic is one which continues to keep changing with time and between countries, and even within countries. But the article below was written earlier this year with usuefull links to resources relating to stroke during the time of the pandemic.
During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, which introduces so much change and uncertainty to both our personal and professional lives, we are all trying to keep a close eye on how the situation is evolving. There is a real danger of information overload and not everything that is being circulated in the public domain is useful or even true. With this in mind, you might find some useful resources following these links and/or might like to contribute to the information being posted.
We would especially commend the resources collated by the British Association of Stroke Physicians (BASP) – which are relevant to all clinicians working in stroke care and not just medics.
Keeping up to date with COVID is a challenge. Yvonne Chun (previous winner of the OPSYRIS Rising Star award), Terry Quinn and others are working to keep the BASP pages regularly updated. Even if you are not a physician you may want to follow BASP on Twitter @british_stroke
Below are also some useful and aphasia-friendly resources for people living with stroke:
In the constantly changing COVID landscape knowledge is power. If you are aware of other useful resources or have developed local guidance that could be shared nationally via BASP then email Terry (firstname.lastname@example.org).