Stroke app measuring 'life space' receives research funding

The University of Queensland has won a grant to trial a new app for people recovering from mild stroke that measures their “life space” so their rehabilitation needs can be improved.

Louise Gustafsson, an associate professor with UQ's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, has received a $50,000 grant from the National Stroke Foundation to trial the app, part of wider project involving researchers at the Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Griffith University and the Australian Catholic University.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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