Quantifying upper limb motor impairment in people with stroke (research)

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Neuroscience Research Australia, Barker St, Randwick, NSW, 2031
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Researchers are investigating how easily people can use their upper limb following a stroke.

This study involves 13 quick and simple clinical tests of upper limb function including measures of muscle strength, reaction time, skin sensation and hand dexterity. All up, it takes approximately 60 minutes to complete, and only requires a single session.

All of the tests are portable and will take place either at Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney or a participant’s place of residence, if that is preferred.

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For further information, please contact Lewis Ingram on 0434 825 572 or l.ingram@neura.edu.au

Participant information sheet (DOCX 294 KB)