Research

We are the go-to country for multi-site clinical trials in stroke recovery.

We are the global hub for training and networking in stroke recovery.

Self-Management Videos

Self-Management Videos provide information and resources to promote stroke recovery.

Our 11-episode video series and corresponding resource sheets include topics such as fatigue, memory, anxiety, stress, attention, communication, leisure, and more.

Recent News

Academic 'horror stories', 'imposter syndrome' among topics at Career Development event on May 7

April 16, 2021
The CPSR National Trainee Association is planning a career development event on May 7. The purpose is to discuss challenges in academia, and to provide opportunities for networking and mentorship. Learn more and sign up now!

Check out our April 2021 newsletter

April 16, 2021
Learn about the virtual GRASP program, CanStroke Recovery Trials, upcoming events for trainees, a survey on stroke in the young, the World Stroke Congress, and more!

Meet a participant in one of the CanStroke Recovery Trials

April 15, 2021
Debbie Tompkins took part in CPSR's FLOW trial in Halifax. A recently retired nurse, Debbie had a stroke last summer. She said the trial provided her with an additional 12 weeks of intense therapy. “It’s hard and I’m exhausted when I’m done, but it’s good,” she says.

Virtual GRASP program for post-stroke rehabilitation delivers results during pandemic

April 13, 2021
A popular, research-proven program delivered results when it pivoted to an online platform during the pandemic. Developed by Dr. Janice Eng at the University of British Columbia to help people regain use of their arms and hands after stroke, GRASP went virtual when COVID shut community-based programs in 2020.

"The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery's strength is in its people. We are fortunate in Canada to have a great wealth of people who are leading the way globally in stroke recovery research. This is why I am involved. Great things can be accomplished when we work together. This idea is even reflected in the name. The organization is truly a partnership."


Ada Tang, PhD, McMaster University

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