British Association of Stroke Physicians

Welcome to BASP

The British Association of Stroke Physicians (BASP) was set up in April 1999 to promote better care for people with stroke in the UK. The five objectives of BASP are:

1. Training: Improving and assuring the training of doctors in Stroke Medicine;

2. Research: Promoting and disseminating research in Stroke;

3. Clinical Standards: Leading on clinical standards for Stroke Services and for doctors practising in Stroke Medicine;

4. Policy: Developing and influencing local and national policy for Stroke Services;

5. Expertise: Providing expert advice to external bodies on all aspects of Stroke Medicine

Further information is available from the President.


UKSF Conference

Monday 28 - Wednesday 30 November 2016 ACC, Liverpool

The UK Stroke Forum Conference is the largest multidisciplinary stroke event in the UK, attracting over 1400 delegates from across the stroke care pathway. It's an unmissable event for anyone working in the field of stroke care

View the Preliminary Programme Monday 28 - Wednesday 30 November 2016 

View the At a Glance programme

View the new one day GP Training stream - Monday 28 November

View the Getting Involved in Stroke Research Training stream - Monday 28 Novemebr 

Nursing and Rehabilitation Workshops Schedule - Monday 28 November

BASP SITS Reperfusion Masterclass Oct 2016.pdf

Williams et al 2016 International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation - NPEC.pdf

British Association of Stroke Physicians Strategy 2016 to 2019.pdf

Final Thrombectomy StandardsSeptember 2015-2 (1).pdf

The Northwick Park Examination of cognition : -

Developments in the management of hemiplegia

Thursday 22 September 2016

Queen Alexandra College, Court Oak Rd, Birmingham, B17 9TG