Open Invitation to a screening of the award-winning film "The Closer We Get" on Friday, 20th of May 2016 at Glasgow Caledonian University.
This inspiring film is set in the Scottish town of Largs and shares an intimate and fearless portrait of life after stroke. Scottish-born filmmaker and director Karen Guthrie shares insight to the impact of stroke on her mother and the wider family as they continue with life after stroke.
We are delighted that Karen will be joining us to discuss the film. Karen, together with a panel of expert researchers and healthcare professionals will participate in a panel discussion with members of the audience about issues arising during life after stroke.
You will also have an opportunity to meet stroke rehabilitation experts, hear about recently completed rehabilitation research and to get involved in future research activities. A full programme for the afternoon can be downloaded by clicking on the image below.
1pm Friday 20th of May 2016
Deeprose Lecture Theatre, Govan Mbeki Building, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G40BA
How to get there:
The University is within easy access of public transport links at Buchanan Street Bus Station and Queen Street station. A limited number of parking spaces may be available on site for blue badge holders. For more information and a map of the campus, please visit https://www.gcu.ac.uk/theuniversity/howtofindus/
Film and light refreshments will be free of charge.
All are welcome - Please feel free to share this invitation with others with an interest in life after stroke!
Prof. Marian Brady and Prof. Frederike van Wijck
On behalf of the Stroke & Long Term Neurological Conditions Research Group Glasgow Caledonian University
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