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Benefits and barriers to the implementation of a chronic disease management program in survivors of stroke

thesis
posted on 16.07.2017 by MUIDEEN TUNBOSUN OLAIYA
This thesis represents a series of papers that cover the spectrum of managing survivors of stroke after discharge into the community. Specifically, this research was aimed at determining the benefits of policy and practice options already existing in the Australian health care system for the long-term management of stroke. The major themes of this thesis include managing risk factors after a stroke, improving knowledge of prevention strategies in survivors, and managing unmet needs after a stroke. Evidence from this thesis could help inform policy and practice decisions on how to better support people with stroke in the community.

History

Principal supervisor

Amanda Thrift

Additional supervisor 1

Dominique Cadilhac

Additional supervisor 2

Velandai Srikanth

Year of Award

2017

Department, School or Centre

Medicine - Monash Health

Campus location

Australia

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

Doctorate

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences

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