Madeleine Grealy

Madeleine Grealy
Madeleine is Professor in the School of Psychological Sciences and Health at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Her research interests are in the areas of perceptuo-motor control and health psychology. She is a registered Sport Psychologist and is also interested in developing exercise rehabilitation programmes for people with brain injuries.

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Review reveals that predicting poor outcome after stroke is still a long way off

Predicting what happens to people after stroke is a tricky business. Madeleine Grealy summarises a systematic review of cohort studies that seeks to predict poor outcome after stroke in older survivors.

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Virtual Reality therapy for stroke: Promising new evidence

Madeleine Grealy discusses promising evidence relating to the effectiveness of Virtual Reality therapy for stroke survivors, published in a recent review and meta-analysis in the open access PLoS ONE journal.

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Improving physical activity after stroke: new systematic review weighs up the options

Madeleine Grealy kicks off the Stroke Elf blogging with this summary of a recent systematic review, which evaluates interventions designed to promote long term participation in physical activity after stroke.

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