A Members-only Activity
When: June 9, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
New interventions, including intravenous and endovascular treatment strategies, have evolved to recanalize arteries and salvage the ischemic brain. Endovascular Stroke Treatment accredited activity will provide the learner with information regarding:
- Current facts related to stroke, stroke risk factors, stroke types, and levels of stroke care
- Knowledge on different types of treatments available for specific stroke events, and which patients are eligible for those treatments
- Role of healthcare professionals and front line staff to positively impact the outcomes for the patients, families, and caregivers
- Review of stroke scales and ratings
- Overview of stroke facts
- Overview of stroke risk factors
- Overview of stroke types
- Overview of endovascular treatment options for both ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes
- Overview of appropriate patient selection for endovascular stroke treatments
- Overview of importance of monitoring
- Importance of a multidisciplinary stroke team
- Overview of the stroke scales
This webinar will be presented by Andrea McManus, MBA, BSN, RN. Andrea has worked in the stroke field since 2012, and in 2015 she received her MBA from Texas Woman's University. She has successfully led one facility to Comprehensive Stroke Certification as well as developed and implemented a Certified Stroke Rehabilitation program. Andrea is well versed in all levels of stroke certification and the medical advances in stroke care.
Members: Log in to the National Stroke Association University to access this program. If you do not have or cannot remember your login credentials, please call us at 1-800-554-2387 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have not registered as a user with National Stroke Association, please contact Susan Baker, Sr. Manager of Professional Programs and Memberships.
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