Silverlink will be attending Joining Forces 2015, the annual South West Stroke Event, on Wednesday 29th April 2015.
Held at the Sandy Park Conference Centre in Exeter, the day is tailored to clinicians and healthcare professionals in the South West of England, providing delegates with the opportunity to share best practice and research. Around 300 delegates are expected to attend the event.
The programme for the day features talks from key speakers covering topics including Dementia, Rehabilitation and Palliative Care. The use of new technology methods and applications will also be discussed, with Dr Katja Adie from the Royal Cornwall Hospital talking about The Trial of The Nintendo Wii in Stroke, to assist patients during their recovery process.
Tom Gamble, one of Silverlink’s Training and Support Executives, will be attending the event along with Tim Quainton, Silverlinks Managing Director, to showcase the latest developments in our Capture Suite of software.
“We’re really excited to be attending the Joining Forces event for the first time. We have worked closely with the Royal Cornwall Hospital over the last year, since their implementation of CaptureStroke, and we are looking forward to them presenting their poster detailing our collaboration story. We are also looking forward to meeting staff from other hospital sites in the South West and gaining an understanding of how we might be able to help improve their stroke data collection and real-time service management reporting as we have with Royal Cornwall,’’ said Tom.
Registration for the event is still available and more details can be found here.
To read more about CaptureStroke and Silverlink’s Capture Suite of software solutions, please visit www.capturestroke.com.