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June 2013

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Acute Stroke Treatment: Addressing Missed Opportunities Ask the Experts

Aug. 13, 2013

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Calling Acute Stroke Treatment grand rounds participants: Further your learning experience by attending this special accredited session with content faculty Kim Bova, RN, Edward Jauch, MD, and David Liebeskind, MD.

Use this session to ask the experts questions pertaining to acute stroke treatment, improvement in processes and stroke mimics.

Don’t have a question of your own? That’s OK—learn from the questions and experiences shared by your peers.

The 60-minute session is accredited for ACCME and ANCC credit.

Register for this webinar

The program is supported by an educational grant from Genentech, Inc.

Accredited Education Through Answering Your Own Clinical Questions

Acute Stroke Treatment: Addressing Missed Opportunities—Internet Point of Care Enduring Activity

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Learning in Internet Point of Care (IPoC) activities is driven by a reflective process in which physicians document their clinical question, the sources they consult and how the topic applies to their practice.

The IPoC activity enables physicians to easily document the elements of their self-directed learning and earn CME credits.

Learn more about how to participate in this opportunity.

Read About the Latest Stroke Research Here

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The Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases is the official journal of National Stroke Association. Clinical papers emphasize medical and surgical aspects of stroke, clinical trials and design, epidemiology, stroke care delivery systems and outcomes, imaging sciences and post-stroke rehabilitation.

The journal is the go-to source for healthcare professionals working with stroke survivors.

For more information, visit www.strokejournal.org.


Pursuing Perfection
in Performance Measurement

Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 1 p.m. EDT

Learn how data can drive care and get tips and tools for performance improvement in this members-only webinar.

Contact Linda Kuhrt to register.

National Stroke Association offers free educational webinars for Stroke Center Network and Professional Society members. Become a member today!

Reserve Your CSRS Spot

Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS) courses in Salem, N.H., and Seattle, Wash., are sold out.

Reserve your spot today for early 2014 offerings in Houston, Texas, and Jacksonville, Fla. Course size is limited and available spots fill quickly.


LEAP Coming Soon

The Lifelong Education and Advocacy Program (LEAP) for stroke survivors and caregivers is coming in July. Watch for more information on this post-stroke group education program in the next issue.

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