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Professional Education Newsletter

February 2013

Controversies in Stroke Care—Acute Interventions

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NEXT WEEK: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013, noon EST

The third and final webinar in the Controversies in Stroke Care series will be a discourse on acute interventions in stroke treatment.

Register for this webinar

The use of interventional techniques for acute stroke is a rapidly evolving field. This webinar will include discussions about trials and studies for acute interventional treatments. What does the literature and evidence show? What does expert opinion and common sense indicate?

The panel will consist of Dr. Richard Latchaw, UC Davis Medical Center, Dr. Robert Ferguson, MetroHealth Medical Center, and Dr. Mark Alberts, Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Supported by an independent educational grant from Genentech, Inc. and supported by Penumbra, Inc.


On-demand Webinars

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Controversies in Stroke Care Webinar Series

Controversy is a hallmark of new ideas in medicine. This webinar series offers various perspectives on controversial issues in stroke treatment and rehabilitation.

Click on each webinar listing for information and to register.

Redefining Exclusion/Inclusion Criteria
for IV tPA Use

Recorded June 20, 2012 

Rehabilitation for Stroke Patients
Recorded Jan. 23, 2013

Supported by an independent educational grant from Genentech, Inc. and supported by Penumbra, Inc.

Comprehensive Stroke Center

Learn about The Joint Commission’s standards for the new Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) designation in three webinars. View Webinars.

This program is sponsored by an educational grant from Stryker.


Is Telemedicine Coming to Your State?

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Currently 19 state legislatures are debating bills to provide for or expand access to telemedicine services. These services can help save lives and reduce the impact of stroke.

If you live in one of these states, you can help make sure stroke patients and survivors in your state have access to telemedicine services. The Stroke Advocacy Network has made it easy for you to ask your state legislators to support telemedicine legislation. It only takes a minute to make a difference for the stroke community. Take action today!

AZ | CT | DC | FL | IL | IN | MD | MA | MS | MO | MT | NE | NM | NY | OK | PA | SC | TN | VT


Member Opportunities

Achieve your 2013 educational goals with accredited and nonaccredited continuing education in stroke. National Stroke Association’s Stroke Center Network members can take advantage of online modules, webinars and resources. Contact Pat Riley at priley@stroke.org or 303-754-0935.

 

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The New StrokeSmart

StrokeSmart® magazine is newly redesigned and now comes with a companion website. Check it out at www.strokesmart.org.

 

Stroke Awareness Webinar

Join us for an interactive educational webinar, Steps to Running a Successful Stroke Awareness Campaign, featuring Dr. Dawn Kleindorfer, MD, and Jan Flewelling.

Feb. 27, 2013, noon EST or 3 p.m. EST

Register for this webinar

 

 


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