Co-design of a personalised psychological intervention to improve recovery after stroke

This study led by the University of Melbourne is investigating the feasibility and effectiveness of a new, comprehensive group- and individual-based intervention for working-aged people who have experienced a mild stroke.

This intervention aims to reduce psychological symptoms such as depression and anxiety, improve post-stroke cognitive rehabilitation strategies, and enhance overall quality of life.

The research team are looking for young survivors of stroke to join them in co-designing the study, to help ensure it is sensitive to the needs and experiences of those affected by stroke.


If you are interested in participating in the co-design of this study, please contact Zoe Alcorn, the research assistant of A/Prof Jacqueline Anderson, at or on 03 8344 5519.

The team hope to have the opportunity to collaborate with you.