PHOTO: Members of the RBH stroke team with pupils from Highcliffe School

“Vibrant and uplifting” artwork produced by students from Highcliffe School will be placed within the Stroke Unit at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH).

A group of students from the Christchurch school visited RBH and were shown around the Stroke Unit. They learnt more about how their artwork – produced as part of their final year project – will be helpful to stroke patients through their recovery.

Nikki Manns, Acting Clinical Leader for the Stroke Unit, said: “Having artwork on the Stroke Unit is vibrant and uplifting and benefits both patients and staff. It really brings life to a clinical environment.”

Stroke care at RBH is delivered by a multi-disciplinary team. This includes doctors, nurses, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dieticians, social workers, the community stroke co-ordinator and the stroke research team.

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