Jenny is a PhD student and trainee health psychologist at the University of Strathclyde, conducting research into adjustment to life after stroke. She has a BA in Psychology from the University of Strathclyde and a masters in Health Psychology from the University of Stirling. Her volunteering and work with stroke survivors has greatly influenced her research focus and she has a particular interest in developing interventions that are acceptable and implementable in practice.
Jennifer Dryden discusses how new aphasia friendly resources can help researchers include stroke survivors with aphasia in their studies.[read the full story...]
With NICE and RCP guidelines advocating goal setting in stroke rehabilitation, it’s about time we reviewed the evidence for its effectiveness and acceptability. Jennifer Dryden, PhD student and trainee health psychologist at the University of Strathclyde, publishes her debut blog on a systematic review that provides some useful insight, but also highlights the gaps in our knowledge.[read the full story...]