Pre-Conference Day

Pre-Conference Day

The Pre-Conference Day is scheduled on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. Further details for the workshops included in the programme and the registration policy for each of them can be found below.

Please note the main Conference Programme starts on May 13, 2020 and is separated from the Pre-Conference Day.

6th Annual ESO EAST Workshop

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 08:30 – 17:30
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

This event is by invitation only.
For further inquiries, please contact Jennifer Thomsen esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

Advanced Stroke Emergency Support EMS (ASES EMS)

Advanced Stroke Emergency Support EMS (ASES EMS)

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 09:00 – 11:30
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

ASES EMS is a 2.5 hour event. This live course covers types of strokes, prehospital triage, stroke detection scales, warning signs and symptoms, treatment options, and bypass and transfer protocols. This course is appropriate for EMS, first responders, nurses, paramedics, police officers, fire fighters, and physicians. Upon completion of this course and our online exam, you will receive 2.5 CME credits.

Click HERE for more information.

Target Audience:
Our target audience is geared towards; first responders, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, nurses, and hospital personnel.

Eligibility:
Anyone is eligible to complete ASES EMS, but all participants must be registered for ESO-WSO 2020.
Must register for ASES EMS on or prior to March 28th, 2020

How to register:
Please refer to the registration instructions
Advanced Stroke Emergency Support EMS Registration Instructions
Course Code: ESOWSO2020
Link to register: https://education.svin.org

Registration
Please register and pay online prior to the event, using the link https://education.svin.org
ASES EMS is $75 per person
If you have any questions regarding registration please email education@svin.org
Please note: In order to participate in this course, participants must be registered for ESO-WSO 2020.

Onsite Staff
Instructor: TBD
SVIN Staff: Delaney Hogan-Bakke
education@svin.org
952-641-2291

Austrian Stroke Society Conference

Austrian Stroke Society Conference

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 18:30
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

The programme can be found HERE.

For more information visit https://www.xn--gsf-rna.at/

ESO-GAINS-WSO Early Career Investigators Workshop 2020

Creating the Next Generation of Stroke Researchers Amongst our Early Career Investigators
Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

Main programme: 08:30 – 17:30
Social Mixer Event: 18:00 – 20:00 (location TBC)

European Stroke Organisation (ESO) / Global Alliance of Independent Networks focused on Stroke Trials (GAINS) / World Stroke Organization (WSO) Early Career Investigators Workshop 2020

We invite you to the second Early Career Investigators Training day, an event for emerging investigators from across the world. Participants to this dynamic day will have opportunity to learn about regional and global clinical research networks and hear from experienced clinician researchers about their pathways to success. Interactive sessions will give opportunities for participants to get feedback on their research ideas and to workshop common challenges faced in building research careers with experienced mentors from a range of disciplines. Participants can share experiences and create and extend their research networks.

Workshop programme can be found HERE.

Are you Eligible?
We welcome applications from early career researchers (up to 10 years of academic career) from all disciplines.

Submitting your research idea
To get the most out of this day, participants should consider submitting an expression of interest to present their research idea in a small session format. The topic areas include hyperacute ischaemic stroke, ICH, secondary prevention, stroke recovery and nursing, imaging, omics, epidemiology and cohorts.

How do I apply?
The event is FREE with conference registration.
To apply, please complete the application form below and send a short CV to
esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

The application form is accessible HERE.
*Please note participant numbers are restricted.

To keep informed about the meeting, please visit the WSO website.

ESO Guideline Development Workshop

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 13:00 – 18:00 (tbc)
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

ESO is interested to provide guidelines that follow the highest standards. During the Guideline Development Workshop, participants will get familiar with the process that ESO follows to develop guidelines, which includes among others:

• Wording of PICO questions
• Performing systematic literature searches
• Systematic evaluation of literature searches
• Systematic evaluation of evidence of literature
• Use of meta-analyses tool
• Grading the available evidence
• Grading the strength of recommendation
• Structure of a systematic recommendation

The detailed programme will be published shortly.

Participants are expected
• To be ESO members
• To participate in writing an ESO guideline within an ESO working group (as a member or a leader)

How to apply
Please send your application to esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

ESO Stroke Rehabilitation Workshop

1st ESO Stroke Rehabilitation Workshop

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 09:00 – 17:30
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

This workshop focuses on cutting edge clinical and research aspects of stroke, inviting renowned stroke rehabilitation specialists as well as early-career colleagues, and is organised under the auspices of the ESO and its Neurorehabilitation Committee.

Please note that the ESO Workshop is on application only and participation is limited.

During the workshop, renowned stroke rehabilitation specialists will share their knowledge with stroke physicians, therapists and nursing professionals. This stroke rehabilitation workshop addresses:
• Stroke recovery and its underlying mechanisms
• Stroke rehabilitation guidelines for the clinic and research
• The importance and execution of standardized outcome assessment
• The added value of kinematic outcome assessments for stroke recovery
• The application of technology in stroke rehabilitation
The participants will discuss the most recent research and innovative technologies for the rehabilitative treatment of stroke with a faculty of experienced European speakers and have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with standardised outcome assessments.

The programme can be found HERE.

Target Audience
Stroke physicians, therapists and nursing professionals with interest in neurorehabilitation.

Eligibility
All applicants are expected to be ESO members or to have applied for ESO membership (junior membership application – up to 35 years, free of charge – is available here) and must also be registered for ESO-WSO 2020.
The ESO Stroke Neurorehabilitation Workshop bears the costs of meals and coffee for participants and speakers. Participants cover their accommodation, travel expenses, the dinners outside the usual programme and any personal expenses during their stay including telephone and internet costs from the hotel. Accompanying persons are not permitted.

How do I Apply?
Interested applicants are requested to complete the application form and return it to esoinfo@eso-stroke.org.

The Application Form is accessible HERE.

ESO Trials Alliance Symposium

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 14:30 – 17:30
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

Target Audience
Investigator in a member network of the ESO Trial Alliance.

Eligibility
All applicants are expected to be ESO members or to have applied for ESO membership (junior membership application – up to 35 years, free of charge – is available here) and must also be registered for ESO-WSO 2020.

This event is by invitation only.
For further inquiries, please contact Daniela Niederfeld esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

ESO WISE Leadership Workshop

Women Initiative for Stroke in Europe (WISE)
Promoting gender equity in stroke leadership – global perspective

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

Target Audience
Workshop aimed at stroke neurologists, physicians, nurses and researchers at all career stages.

Eligibility
All applicants are expected to be ESO members or to have applied for ESO membership (junior membership application – up to 35 years, free of charge – is available here) and must also be registered for ESO-WSO 2020.

Please note the places limited, pre-registration required at esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

SVIN International Workshop

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 09:00 – 18:00
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

Pre-registration required: esoinfo@eso-stroke.org

WSO Members’ Forum

Date: Tuesday 12 May, 2020
Time: 09:00 – 13:00
Venue: Austria Center, Vienna

Do you want to do more to drive better outcomes in stroke care?
Do you want to connect with WSOs’ global network of professionals, support organizations and people affected by stroke?

Then come and join us at the first ever World Stroke Organization Members’ Forum.

This half day Forum will include sessions led by our members about advocacy collaboration and using data to develop advocacy messages. We will share updates on WSO resources that can support your work and discuss how we can continue to work together to deliver WSO’s mission to reduce the global burden of stroke.

A detailed agenda will be available soon.

Target Audience
Participation in the Forum is for WSO individual and society members in the first instance. Non-members may request to attend and will be registered if space is available.

All participants must be registered for the ESO-WSO 2020 Conference.

How to register?
Please register via the WSO Membership Team Office (membership@world-stroke.org), stating your WSO membership status and contact details.