More than 405,000 Canadians live with
long-term disability from stroke.
The number will double in 20 years.

Recent News

Online course aims to improve practice, enhance lives of people living with stroke

January 16, 2019
CPSR-funded course has been accessed by 900 clinicians since 2017

Check out our December newsletter

December 14, 2018
Our monthly newsletter provides insight into the latest research, upcoming meetings, new technologies, funding opportunities, and more. Check out the latest news under the "newsletters" tab on our website. And subscribe.

Stem cells can become neurons within the stroke-injured brain – making them potential big players in recovery

November 20, 2018
New research is igniting excitement about the capacity of stem cells to improve stroke recovery and outlining new and compelling directions for stroke research.

Media Advisory: Ottawa Stroke Summit on Nov. 2 highlights innovations in stroke prevention, treatment and recovery

October 30, 2018
On Friday, Nov. 2, the stroke community comes together at the Ottawa Stroke Summit. Chairing the event are stroke neurologist Dr. Grant Stotts, Director of the Ottawa Stroke Program, and stroke rehabilitation specialist Dr. Debbie Timpson of Pembroke Regional Hospital.

"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, CPSR Knowledge Translation Advisory Committee, McMaster University

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