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© 2019 World Stroke Organization.Cognitive impairment is an important target for rehabilitation as it is common following stroke, is associated with reduced quality of life and interferes with motor and other types of recovery interventions. Cognitive function following stroke was identified as an important, but relatively neglected area during the first Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable (SRRR I), leading to a Cognition Working Group being convened as part of SRRR II. There is currently insufficient evidence to build consensus on specific approaches to cognitive rehabilitation. However, we present recommendations on the integration of cognitive assessments into stroke recovery studies generally and define priorities for ongoing and future research for stroke recovery and rehabilitation. A number of promising interventions are ready to be taken forward to trials to tackle the gap in evidence for cognitive rehabilitation. However, to accelerate progress requires that we coordinate efforts to tackle multiple gaps along the whole translational pathway.
Author(s): McDonald MW, Black SE, Copland DA, Corbett D, Dijkhuizen RM, Farr TD, Jeffers MS, Kalaria RN, Karayanidis F, Leff AP, Nithianantharajah J, Pendlebury S, Quinn TJ, Clarkson AN, O'Sullivan MJ
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: International Journal of Stroke
Print publication date: 01/10/2019
Online publication date: 12/09/2019
Acceptance date: 17/07/2019
ISSN (print): 1747-4930
ISSN (electronic): 1747-4949
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc.
PubMed id: 31514685
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