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Submitted By filonsimona
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Good morning everyone. In the next 15 minutes we will discuss about stroke and mobility. I will introduce the group, my name is Simona she is Sarah and he is Mario. Sarah will talk about Impact of daily living and psychological issue and Mario will talk about Health education, Health promotion and ethical issue. I will start by saying the definition of stroke:

According to World Health Organization stroke is rapidly developing clinical signs or global disturbance of cerebral function, with symptoms lasting 24 hours or longer, or leading to death, with no apparent cause other than of vascular origin”. (WHO, 2005) International policy

According to World Health Organization (2006), public policy is about achieving objectives. Policy is a course of actions by government designed to achieve certain results. I have found a World Health Organisation framework, called STEPwise approach to stroke surveillance 2005. The framework focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. National Policy
The National Health Service in England provides free healthcare for all, based on people ability to pay, or their needs. The NHS publishes strategies and public policies which are legalistic framework through individuals must operate. (Paton 2006). There are many policies running, however I will bring in your attention those witch can influence the care for patients. * National service frameworks and strategies-Living with long term conditions- it’s A Policy Framework 2012. * The framework is focused on how people living with such conditions can be supported to maintain and enhance as far as possible their health and well-being and quality of life. * National Institute of Clinical Excellence NICE guideline 2011 called Stroke rehabilitation: the rehabilitation and support of stroke patients’. This guideline offers best practice advice on the care of adults and young people, 16 years and older, who have had a stroke with continuing impairment, activity limitation or participation restriction. * NHS-Stroke Improvement Programme National Project (2009-2010). * The White Paper ‘Our Health, Our Care, Our Say (2006 Local policy
Local governments' involvement with health care policy varies with the size of the local governments. Larger jurisdictions may operate public hospitals with emergency departments, and tertiary care centres for complicated cases. (Saucier and Janes, 2009) I found