A reported case of nontraumatic cortical subarachnoid hemorrhage (cSAH) and discussion of diagnosis, treatment and management.
New recommendations encourage collaborative working between neuroscientists and computer scientists for effective data management
A new report has advised the global neuroscience community to use “meta-repositories” to aid data sharing amongst researchers.
A new report from Alzheimer’s Disease International (London, UK) has revealed that many patients with dementia have not received a diagnosis and calls for action to tackle the global dementia crisis.
Identification of hidden health utilization services and costs in adults awaiting tertiary care following mild traumatic brain injury in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
In this research article, the authors investigate the services and costs associated with adults requiring tertiary care following mTBI.
We recently carried out a poll to find out your opinion on the impact that Brexit could have on British neurologists – here we present our findings in an infographic.
Researchers have examined how the increased risk of prolonged travel time may offset the benefits of specialized stoke care.
Stroke and technology: prescribing mHealth apps for healthcare providers, patients and caregivers – a brief, selected review
This review evaluates the availability of health apps for stroke and their potential for widening the evidence base for a range of prevention and intervention protocols in stroke and other medical conditions.
In celebration of Neuroscience Nurses Week, we talk to Maria Fitzpatrick, Consultant Nurse in Stroke Management at the Kings College NHS Foundation Trust (London, UK) and Pan-London Representative for the Stroke Clinical Strategic Network.
In celebration of Neuroscience Nurses Week, we talk to Melissa (Missy) Moreda, Clinical Nurse at Duke Raleigh Hospital in Raleigh, NC, USA and Director at Large for the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses.