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Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF) - Chest, Heart & Stroke ScotlandChest, Heart & Stroke Scotland | We are Scotland's Health Charity Connect with CHSS: Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland We are Scotland's Health Charity The Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF) aims to promote the essential role that nurses play in stroke, with the sharing of knowledge, skills, research and expertise. About SSNF Become a member SSNF Conference Useful documents for Nurses The Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF) is for registered nurses, non-registered nurses and student nurses with an interest in stroke working in Scotland (events and conferences are open to other health professionals). SSNF Newsletter Spring 2016 (PDF) Become a member Learn more about SSNF Get to know the committee Aims of forum To promote the essential role of nurses in stroke To share and develop knowledge, expertise and best practice To incorporate research–based evidence into practice, and promote research to improve outcomes To help develop core competencies, education and training initiatives for stroke nurses To advise and influence the provision of stroke nursing services in order to affect patient care and carers at local and national level Tweets by @ScotStrokeNurse About SSNF The Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF) aims to promote the essential role that nurses’ play in stroke with the sharing of knowledge, skills, research and expertise that enhances best practice. This is achieved by playing an active part influencing nursing developments and services at local and national levels with the focus to help improve the stroke journey for patients, families and their carers. History of SSNF SSNF Chair Campbell Chalmers Director of Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) Scotland. Honorary Lecturer, University of Glasgow / Clinical Fellow, University of the West of Scotland Chair of the Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum Director Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) Scotland 12-14 Hillside Crescent Edinburgh EH7 5EA Tel: 0131 652 3140 Email: Campbell.chalmers@rnib.org.uk SSNF Charter The Charter for people living with stroke in Scotland aims to improve the experience and access to community services for thousands of people who have a stroke every year. The Charter has been supported and endorsed by the Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum. Campbell Chalmers, Chair, SSNF said, “Rehabilitation, self-management and long-term support from stroke is essential to ensure people affected live as healthy, active and independent lives as possible. The Charter enables people by ensuring awareness and understanding of the care and support services which should be available”. The Best Practice Statement for vision problems after an acute stroke. Stroke is a life changing experience. The resulting brain damage can affect the visual system causing problems with visual perception, eye movement disorders, low vision and visual field loss. The Quick Reference Guide below summarises the main points of a Best Practice Statement which provides advice on screening, assessing and managing vision problems in the first 30 days after anacute stroke. > Download the Quick Reference Guide here Become a member Benefits of membership of SSNF Networking and sharing with local and national stroke nurses Access to SSNF members, local contacts and forums A priority place at the annual SSNF conference and all other events A copy of the bi-annual SSNF newsletter Access to a Committee Member for your local area Opportunities to join the Committee or Action Teams and participate in stroke research Find out about our Action teams Membership is free. Joining is easy, simply click the button below and complete the membership form. As a member you will receive regular mailings and invitations to participate in related research studies. Members are required to update their details periodically to renew their membership. Apply now SSNF Conference This years’ conference takes place on 29th September 2016, at the Dewar’s Centre, Perth. Registration is now open. Book here: https://chssi.org.uk/ssnf16reg SSNF Conference programme 2016 (PDF) Here are the presentations from last year’s conference. Presentations Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum Conference Programme 2015 (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 297 Kb Welcome from SSNF Chair (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 867 Kb Stroke in Scotland: Priorities for Improvement (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 2 Mb Stroke Culture in the Ambulance Service (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 396 Kb Emergency Care of Stroke (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 552 Kb Brain Cooling in Acute Stroke (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 2 MB The Stroke Game: Interactive Session (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 2 MB Champions of Self Management in Care - COSMIC (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 649 Kb Self Directed Stroke Support in the Community (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 153 Kb Life After Stroke: Nursing Priorities (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 338 Kb Stroke Prevention and Atrial Fibrilation (PDF) (SSNF 2015) 3.2 MB Gallery Useful documents for Nurses SSNF Constitution (PDF) 41 Kb Strategy for Stroke Nursing in Scotland (2011 - 2016) (PDF) 296 Kb Scottish Supplement of the HELP programme (PDF) 197 Kb Determining Nursing Staffing Levels for Stroke Beds in Scotland (PDF) 73 Kb Stroke Research Questions - a Nursing Perspective (PDF) 152 Kb Guidance on IPC for the prevention of VTE after stroke (PDF) 344 Kb Pollock, Rowat & SSNF (2015), Top 10 research priorities relating to stroke nursing. (PPTX) 941Kb Accessibility Cookie policy Legal Site map Feedback Contact Us Registered with and regulated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (no SC018761), Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland is a wholly Scottish charity. It also operates as CHSS and is registered in Scotland as a company limited by guarantee, no SC129144

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