Skip navigation
 

Log in for Students and Faculty/Staff

Only required for lecture captures

You do not need to log in to view any of the public videos.

Race Differences in Function and Quality of Life After Stroke

Picture from Race Differences in Function and Quality of Life After Stroke

Your flash plugin is outdated or not installed.
Get the latest Flash Player HERE.

You can still play the video with the following links.
Loading the player ...

Share this link on Twitter

Dorothy Farrar Edwards, PhD (bio)

February 28 2007

39 minutes

336 views

Ethnic disparities in stroke incidence and mortality are well established. However, there are relatively few studies of disparities in post-stroke functional status and long-term outcome. Health related quality of life (HRQOL) is particularly understudied in diverse populations, and is emerging as important indicator of stroke recovery. Dr. Dorothy Edwards presents on a study focused on black-white differences in recovery from ischemic stroke and the identification predictors of diminished quality of life.

Partner:

Center for the Study of Cultural Diversity in Healthcare (CDH)

Series:

Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) Speaker Series

Categories:

Cardiology, Neurology

Tags:

Population Health, QOL, Quality of Life, Racism, Rehabilitation, Stroke Rehabilitation
Video DownloadAdd Video to iTunes
Audio (MP3) Download AudioAdd Audio to iTunes