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TelestrokeNational Stroke Association hosts a variety of programs along the stroke continuum of care for healthcare professionals. Some programs are ACCME/ANCC accredited. Formats include live and enduring webinars, Internet Point of Care, ask-the-experts session, self-guided case studies and grand rounds.

 

Pre-hospital/Acute Stroke Programs

NIHSS imageNIHSS Training and Testing

Practical Guidance for Building and Sustaining a Telestroke Network 

Acute Stroke Treatment:
Addressing Missed Opportunities

Virtual Grand Rounds
Ask the Experts
Internet Point of Care

Comprehensive Stroke Center
webinars

The Guidelines for Comprehensive Stroke Centers
Best Practices for Stroke Care
Becoming a Comprehensive Stroke Center

Stroke nurse photoStroke Nurse Education Modules

Stroke nurse photoImproving In-hospital Stroke Through Quality Improvement Interventions 

Acute Interventions, a Controversies in Stroke Care program† 

Pursuing Perfection in Performance Measurement 

ACA webinar word cloudHow Does Healthcare Reform Affect Stroke Care in Your Practice? 

Redefining Exclusion/Inclusion Criteria for IV tPA Use, a Controversies in Stroke Care program

EMS4Stroke 

 

Stroke Rapid Response™ Online

MRI of the brainCryptogenic Stroke: Etiology, Diagnostics and Recurrent Preventative Management

Post-stroke Programs

 

Register for this webinarThe Growing Importance of Interdisciplinary Teamwork in Stroke Rehabilitation

A Members-only webinar

Post-stroke Spasticity Case StudyPost-stroke Spasticity Diagnosis and Management: Case Study Series

Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS) 

Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery NetworkRehabilitation for Stroke Patients, a Controversies in Stroke Care program† 

Translating Current Research for Better Patient Outcomes 

Stroke nurse photoStroke Nurse Education Modules

Cover of Stroke Rehabilitation textbookStroke Rehabilitation: A Function-based Approach

How to Build A Stroke Support Group 

Accredited program

Looking for patient and community education, tools or resources?

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Stroke Awareness Resource Center

Brochures

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Fact Sheets

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Lifelong Education and Advocacy Program (LEAP)


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