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Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Orientation

IntroductionSRU Orientation Image

Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Orientation Introduction, Table of Contents, and Acknowledgements

Nursing/Interprofessional Learning Competencies

Interprofessional Stroke Learning Objectives – Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada


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Module 1: Pathophysiology of Stroke, Neuroanatomy and Stroke Syndromes

Module 2: Stroke Rehabilitation Management

Module 3: Monitoring for Vascular Risk Factors

Module 4: Continence

Module 5: Swallowing, Nutrition and Oral Care

Module 6: Communication

Module 7: Cognition, Vision and Perception

Module 8: Self-Care and Activities of Daily Living

Module 9: Positioning, Transfers and Ambulation

Module 10: Mood and Behaviour Changes

Module 11: Sexuality Post-Stroke

Module 12: Secondary Stroke Prevention

Supplemental Modules: Hospital/Organization Specific

Other Resources


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Answer Key

Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Orientation Pre- and Post-Test Answers


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Please contact Jean Morrow, Regional Education Coordinator (519-685-8500 ext. 34899) for further information on the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit Orientation Resource