Preventing Stroke Research Priorities Project

The Preventing Stroke Research Priorities project aims to identify a Top 10 list of questions the community and clinicians want answered about preventing stroke.

The first step in this project is an online survey asking what questions people have about preventing stroke. You may have questions about what you can do to reduce your chance of having a stroke, or your questions might be about what things the government could do to help less people have strokes. The questions put forward in this survey will help researchers focused on stroke prevention addresses the questions that matter most.

The survey takes around 10–15 minutes and is completely anonymous. Find out more and have your say at:


If you would like more information about the project, please contact Christine Farmer – STOPstroke Program Coordinator, Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania.

Email or phone 03 6226 7718.

Participant information sheet (PDF 186 KB)