Join us for the World Stroke Congress in Montreal from October 17-20, 2018. This is an extraordinary opportunity to connect with colleagues and hear about the latest in research and best practices from around the world!
· Register now here! Take advantage of the early bird rate until July 3.
· Browse the program – and get inspired!
NURSES WORKING IN STROKE CARE: WHAT NOT TO MISS!
Nursing Session 1
- Use of a Decision Support Aid to Increase Confidence in Alteplase Administration, Debbie Summers, USA
- Guideline Adherence: Improving Outcomes and Patient Centered Care, Zeliha Tulek, Turkey
- Complexity and Stroke Patient Outcomes, Michelle Nelson, Canada
- Empowering Patients and Families in Shared Decision-Making: Preferences and Values Across Stroke Transitions, Theresa Green, Australia
Nursing Session 2
- Framework for Evaluating Evidence Application in Practice, Anne Alexandrov, USA
- Case Studies of Moving Evidence into Nursing Practice 1, Skye Coote, Australia
- Case Studies of Moving Evidence into Nursing Practice 2, Estela Sanjuan
- Case Studies of Moving Evidence into Nursing Practice 3, Melanie Penn, Canada
- Education and Evaluation Needs to Support Uptake and Implementation of Best Evidence into Nursing Practice, Patrice Lindsay, Canada
- Panel Discussion
Other topics of note include these World Stroke Congress plenaries:
- Acute Stroke in Low and Middle Income Families
- Short Communications & Free Communication Sessions – Nursing Abstracts
- Stroke Genetics: Current Advances and Clinical Implications
- Critical Care Management in Stroke
- Stroke and Pregnancy
This is the first time the World Stroke Congress is being held in North America in 12 years. It is an unparalleled educational and scientific program, covering epidemiology, prevention, acute care and stroke recovery.
- Network! Connect with colleagues old and new from across the Canada and around the world!
- Learn! Hear the latest evidence in clinical practice, and advances and hot topics in stroke research.
- Be inspired! Find out about the latest in stroke prevention and practice, improve your clinical care delivery or spark an idea that leads to the next big breakthrough in stroke rehabilitation.