Welcome to NSIC-Online, the National Spinal Injuries Centre’s website
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Access to timely and appropriate health care and information is vital to the health and wellbeing of individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI)
The education channel is part of the education programme delivered to patients of the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and is intended to supplement the information provided to patients of this centre.
We know that during rehabilitation in the early days after SCI you are given a lot of information which you cannot be expected to retain over a lifetime of SCI.
Through NSIC-Online we aim to keep you updated with current education about living with SCI. We also want to use this site to increase the scope of the education we can provide, so that you can access what you really need throughout the years in order to live well with spinal cord injury.
The aim of the education channel is to provide you with the correct information throughout the lifespan of your injury to ensure you can keep up to date with developments and increase your ability to be a partner in your care and allow us to be pro-active in meeting your care needs.
None of the information is designed to replace individual health care advice but is an aid to increase the health education for patients who have left the unit who are looking for assistance in the overall management of their spinal cord injury care.
No patient identifiable information will be used on this site. If you wish to contact us you will be directed to the specific department who can deal with your enquiry.
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