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Educational Activities

National Stroke Association’s Educational Activities

  • Acute Stroke Treatment: New Evidence and Opportunities, open to all audiences for FREE; archived version available now. This one-hour webcast, presented by experts in neurology, emergency medicine and interventional neuroradiology, discusses evidence-based treatment options for acute stroke.
  • Stroke: Clinical Updates, open to all audiences for FREE as a professional monograph. 
    This professional monograph uses case studies to present evidence-based treatment options for acute stroke.

    Archived issues of Stroke: Clinical Updates on acute stroke are available at http://www.stroke.org/SCU.

  • Stroke Nurse Education Modules, available now for all audiences (SCN members received first 30 module uses for free followed by unlimited access for $10 each, SRN members receive unlimited access for $10 per module). These accredited online modules are ideal for those new to stroke as well as seasoned stroke care providers committed to keeping their stroke knowledge and practice up-to-date.  Modules are currently available at www.stroke.org/strokenurse. Each module is accredited for 1.5 CEs.
  • NIHSS Stroke Scale Training and Testing, available now FREE to all audiences. Support your stroke team and other hospital staff to become proficient at administering the NIHSS using the most user-friendly online training and testing system available. Visit www.stroke.org/nihss for training, testing, instant test results, CEUs and a certificate of completion.
  • Stroke Rapid Response, available now for $20 to all audiences. This online program educates EMTs, paramedics, first responders and dispatchers important information about their invaluable roles in stroke treatment and outcomes. Accredited for .2 CEUs.

Additional Educational Activities

This section of the Acute Stroke Resource Center provides access to varying sources for professional education and training.

Acute Stroke Presentations are available for immediate access below. Current topics include endovascular therapy, emergent care and telemedicine.

Other Education

For additional National Stroke Association CME/CE activities, click here 

The content and views presented in these educational programs are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Medical Education Resources or National Stroke Association. Before prescribing any medicine, primary references and full prescribing information should be consulted.


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