Patient and Public Involvement
We run two Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement groups:
The ORCHARD group (Oxford Cognitive Comorbidity and Ageing Research) was set up in 2015 to help inform and develop studies involving older patients with cognitive and physical frailty.
The Stroke Prevention and Research Volunteer Advisory Group (SPaRVAG), set up in 2020, has five members who have links to the local Stroke Association, are stroke survivors or have lived experience of TIA.
Videos about our research
See more videos about preventive neurology from the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre