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Comparison of first degree relatives and spouses of people with chronic tension headache

Comparison of first degree relatives and spouses of people with chronic tension headache and pp 1077, 1107, including hospital based rehabilitation in stroke units, 1111, 1134 Objective: To examine the effect of contact with a may reduce case fatality and institutionalisation, it Department of stroke family care worker on the physical, social, and often fails to identify or adequately address these Clinical psychological status of stroke patients and their carers. Neurosciences, psychosocial problems. In 1992 we established a Design: Randomised controlled trial with broad entry University of “stroke family care worker.” As we were uncertain of Edinburgh, Western criteria and blinded outcome assessment six months the effectiveness of this post and which patients and General Hospital, after randomisation. Edinburgh carers might gain most we evaluated the service in a Setting: A well organised stroke service in an EH4 2XU randomised controlled trial. Martin Dennis, Edinburgh teaching hospital Senior lecturer in Subjects: 417 patients with an acute stroke in the stroke medicine previous 30 days randomly allocated to be contacted Suzanne O'Rourke, by a stroke family care worker (210) or to receive Research assistant Patients and methods Jim Slattery, standard care (207). The patients represented 67% of All patients who attended our hospital as an inpatient Senior statistician all stroke patients assessed at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BMJ British Medical Journal

Comparison of first degree relatives and spouses of people with chronic tension headache

BMJ , Volume 314 (7087) – Apr 12, 1997

Comparison of first degree relatives and spouses of people with chronic tension headache

BMJ , Volume 314 (7087) – Apr 12, 1997

Abstract

and pp 1077, 1107, including hospital based rehabilitation in stroke units, 1111, 1134 Objective: To examine the effect of contact with a may reduce case fatality and institutionalisation, it Department of stroke family care worker on the physical, social, and often fails to identify or adequately address these Clinical psychological status of stroke patients and their carers. Neurosciences, psychosocial problems. In 1992 we established a Design: Randomised controlled trial with broad entry University of “stroke family care worker.” As we were uncertain of Edinburgh, Western criteria and blinded outcome assessment six months the effectiveness of this post and which patients and General Hospital, after randomisation. Edinburgh carers might gain most we evaluated the service in a Setting: A well organised stroke service in an EH4 2XU randomised controlled trial. Martin Dennis, Edinburgh teaching hospital Senior lecturer in Subjects: 417 patients with an acute stroke in the stroke medicine previous 30 days randomly allocated to be contacted Suzanne O'Rourke, by a stroke family care worker (210) or to receive Research assistant Patients and methods Jim Slattery, standard care (207). The patients represented 67% of All patients who attended our hospital as an inpatient Senior statistician all stroke patients assessed at

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
© 1997 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
ISSN
0959-8138
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.314.7087.1092
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Abstract

and pp 1077, 1107, including hospital based rehabilitation in stroke units, 1111, 1134 Objective: To examine the effect of contact with a may reduce case fatality and institutionalisation, it Department of stroke family care worker on the physical, social, and often fails to identify or adequately address these Clinical psychological status of stroke patients and their carers. Neurosciences, psychosocial problems. In 1992 we established a Design: Randomised controlled trial with broad entry University of “stroke family care worker.” As we were uncertain of Edinburgh, Western criteria and blinded outcome assessment six months the effectiveness of this post and which patients and General Hospital, after randomisation. Edinburgh carers might gain most we evaluated the service in a Setting: A well organised stroke service in an EH4 2XU randomised controlled trial. Martin Dennis, Edinburgh teaching hospital Senior lecturer in Subjects: 417 patients with an acute stroke in the stroke medicine previous 30 days randomly allocated to be contacted Suzanne O'Rourke, by a stroke family care worker (210) or to receive Research assistant Patients and methods Jim Slattery, standard care (207). The patients represented 67% of All patients who attended our hospital as an inpatient Senior statistician all stroke patients assessed at

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BMJBritish Medical Journal

Published: Apr 12, 1997

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