PULSE patient panel

This project is looking to establish a patient panel to help develop a grant application for a study investigating RSS, a method of rehabilitation for people who have experienced stroke.

RSS (repetitive sensory stimulation) uses a unique glove to provide an electrical stimulus and has the potential to improve arm function after stroke. The proposed study will investigate the effectiveness of RSS and how it can be provided to patients soon after they experience stroke to maximise improvements.

The PULSE (rePetitive Upper Limb SEnsory stimulation early after a stroke) project is being carried out by a team of researchers at the University of Central Lancashire.


  • Aged 18+
  • Have been affected by stroke, including carers, family members
  • Have an interest in improving understanding of the condition


  • Online (via Microsoft Teams)


  • Taking part will involve attending and contributing to a series of meetings (each lasting approx. 1 hour)
  • There will be three meetings between November 2023 and May 2024 (you can attend as many as you are able)

Participants will be reimbursed £25 for each one-hour meeting they attend.

Recruiting until

  • 17 November 2023

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