Patients after TIA or Stroke are at high risk of experiencing a new stroke or myocardial
infarction. Poor adherence to evidence based secondary prevention regimens is frequently
seen. Support programs for patients may not only improve adherence to recommended therapies
but also reduce the recurrence rate of stroke and heart attack. The investigators hypothesize
that compared to regular care, a structured and patient centered secondary prevention program
will lead to a relative risk reduction of at least 28% of recurrent vascular events.