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

Check out our June newsletter

June 15, 2021
Want to know what's happening at CPSR? Our monthly newsletter provides information on upcoming events, publications, trainees, resources, tools, news and more.

People with stroke, heart conditions want virtual care to continue post-pandemic

June 15, 2021
Virtual healthcare has potential to reduce the burden on the healthcare system and provide benefits to patients and caregivers long after COVID-19 related public health measures roll back. Heart & Stroke spoke with experts, reviewed current evidence, surveyed people living with stroke or a heart condition, and funded a telephone poll of Canadians, revealing great promise and a continued desire for virtual healthcare opportunities.

Don't miss out on our amazing SPiN: Registration deadline July 2

June 10, 2021
The SPiN workshop brings together young researchers from across the world to learn from expert faculty about basic science and clinical stroke research. This four-day workshop is targeted for trainees (primarily, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows) and will be an excellent opportunity to network with other trainees and faculty in the field from within and outside of Canada. All trainees are welcome to apply; however, despite being online this year, we will only be able to accommodate a limited number of spots to be able to keep the breakout groups reasonably small, so apply early! 

Join the June 12 Trivia night to raise funds for CPSR

June 1, 2021
Have fun and raise funds for CPSR by joining the June 12 Trivia Night, organized by the Champlain Regional Stroke Network.

"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

What you need to know

Our Partners

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