Challenges facing stroke patients in Sierra Leone during the COVID-19 Pandemic

15 Jun 2020 | Stroke support | Stroke prevention

Stroke in Sierra Leone (SISLE) is a research collaboration between King's College London, University of Central Lancashire, Glasgow University and the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (Freetown), funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). This group is carrying out research to try and understand stroke in Sierra Leone. In this blog, Zainab Conteh, Israel Johnson and Albert Sama discuss the unique challenges that are facing stroke patients and the team in Sierra Leone during the COVID-19 Pandemic.