Missing Link – Person-centred care transitions for persons who have had stroke: A co-design project
The overall aim is to develop, implement and evaluate person-centred care transitions between the stroke unit and the home for persons who have had stroke. The development is carried out in collaboration with persons who have had stroke, significant others, staff at stroke units and interdisciplinary home rehabilitation teams.
News and activities
Missing Link presentation at the European Stroke Organisation Conference 2023
Ann-Charlotte Laska and Lena von Koch presented results from the study at the European Stroke Organisation Conference in Munich, May 2023.
Missing Link presented at the UK Stroke Forum 2022
Results from the feasability study was presented at the UK Stroke Forum in Liverpool, December 2022, by project member Sebastian Lindblom.
Missing Link presentation at the European Stroke Organisation Conference in Lyon, May 2022
Results from the feasability study was presented by project members Ann-Charlotte Laska and Lena von Koch.
New thesis about care transitions after stroke
Sebastian Lindblom defended his thesis "Understanding the links : the exploration of care transitions between hospital and continued rehabilitation in the home after stroke" on January 8.
Need for improved care transitions in case of stroke
New publication in Journal for Integrated Care.
"Forskningen som försöker hitta felande länken mellan akutvård och rehabilitering i hemmet"
Charlotte Ytterberg and Sebastian Lindblom interviewed in StrokeKontakt nr 1/2020 (in Swedish).
Charlotte Ytterberg and Sebastian Lindblom on the "Fysion säger..." podcast
Listen to Charlotte and Sebastian discuss the Missing Link project as guests on the "Fysion säger..." podcast. (Swedish only).
Missing Link newsletter
The Missing Link newsletter contains project information and updates. The newsletter is published approximately four times per year, currently in Swedish only.