STROKOG Membership Criteria

STROKOG is a consortium of longitudinal studies of cognitive disorders following stroke, TIA or small vessel disease. Developed under the auspices of VASCOG (Society for the Study of Vascular Cognitive and Behavioural Disorders), it is the first international effort to harmonise work on post-stroke dementia.

Studies are eligible for STROKOG if prospective in recruitment and evaluation, reasonably representative, of acceptable size (at least 75 participants), and have cognitive outcomes as the main end-point.  Studies admitting participants with a TIA or previous stroke are not excluded. Membership will be officially ratified by study leaders signing a memorandum of understanding that entails willingness to:
  1. Share data at either the level of individuals or in summary form, and/or provide the results of in-house analyses performed using STROKOG protocols; and

  2. Contribute intellectually to meet the objectives of STROKOG.

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