English, Article edition: Educating the Public About Stroke: Role in Improving Outcomes Richard N. Bradley

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  • Educating the Public About Stroke: Role in Improving Outcomes
Author
  • Richard N. Bradley
Physical Description
  • article
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  • Acute stroke affects large numbers of people worldwide. It causes significant morbidity and mortality. Data support the hypothesis that the public is not familiar with either the risk factors or the signs of stroke. Educating the public about stroke may result in a lower incidence of the disease as individuals modify their risk factors, and in improved outcomes as a result of reductions in delays to treatment. There is clear and convincing evidence that reducing delays to treatment of patients with acute stroke results in improved outcomes. Public education programs should be broad-based, tailored to individual audiences, and carry a common theme.
  • Health-education, Stroke
  • RePEc:wkh:dmhout:v:11:y:2003:i:5:p:321-325
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  • English
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