Charlie Chung

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Charlie Chung

Charlie Chung

Stroke Specialist Occupational Therapist/ Rehabilitation Manager, Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
Charlie Chung is a stroke specialist occupational therapist and a manager of multi-professional in-patient and community assessment and rehabilitation centre services. His work history includes mental health and community occupational therapy positions with five years of working in the USA. He is the UK Stroke Forum representative of the Specialist Section Neurological Practice Stroke Forum Committee. Charlie is the lead author of the Cochrane review on cognitive rehabilitation for executive dysfunction after stroke and completed his PhD thesis on the expression of executive function after stroke through narrative and observable actions. He has delivered his executive function intervention workshops across the U.K., in Australia and in Canada and is delighted with the opportunity to present his work on the post-stroke cognition clinic at this year's OT Show.
Sessions

Our latest webinar - recording coming soon!

Diabetes education & safety in care homes - took place Wednesday 21st October 2020 at 7 - 8 PM

EXPERT PANEL:
- Dr David Strain: Clinical Senior Lecturer, Diabetes and Vascular Research Centre
- Sarah Gregory: In-Patient DSN
- Dr Amar Puttana: Diabetes and Endocrinology consultant
- James Ridgeway: Education and Research Associate (eden care)

Care Show Webinars

The Care Show are delighted to announce the launch of our new Care Show webinar series, delivering free online education and support to our care community during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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  • My Learning Cloud

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  • Care Line Live

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  • Care Planner Ltd

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  • Vileda Professional

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