Ticketed Sessions

Ticketed Sessions

World-renowned stroke experts will provide during the conference comprehensive teaching courses and workshops. Make sure to save your spot early as tickets will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

The ESO-WSO Educational Committee has developed a comprehensive panel of teaching courses and workshops, which are provided by world-renowned stroke experts.

Tickets will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Each course has limited places available.
Registration for the ticketed sessions will be available during your registration for the conference. 
Space is limited for all teaching courses and workshops. Please only register for the sessions that you plan to attend. If you have registered for a session that you are unable to attend, kindly let us know straightaway to enable others to participate.

Teaching Courses

The goal of the Teaching Courses is to provide you with a practical overview and to improve your knowledge regarding these topics. The teaching courses give you a unique opportunity to interact with the speakers and experts in the field and to get some evidence-based answers to questions that are relevant for your daily clinical practice.

Teaching Course 01Practical Experiences of Developing Stroke Services in Various SettingsWednesday 13 May, 202008:30-10:00
Teaching Course 02Intravenous Thrombolysis in Everyday Clinical PracticeWednesday 13 May, 202008:30-10:00
Teaching Course 03Challenges in Stroke Diagnosis: Stroke Mimics and ChameleonsWednesday 13 May, 202014:30-16:00
Teaching Course 04Preventing Complications?Wednesday 13 May, 202014:30-16:00
Teaching Course 05From ER to Discharge: The Use of Ultrasound in StrokeThursday 14 May, 202008:30-10:00
Teaching Course 06Pregnancy and StrokeThursday 14 May, 202014:30-16:00
Teaching Course 07Mechanical Thrombectomy for Large Vessel Occlusion in Everyday Clinical PracticeThursday 14 May, 202014:30-16:00
Teaching Course 08Seizures and Epilepsy in Stroke PatientsThursday 14 May, 202016:45-18:15
Teaching Course 09Hidden Deficits After Stroke: Including Intimacy and Sexuality After StrokeThursday 14 May, 202016:45-18:15
Teaching Course 10Navigating Career Transitions: From Graduate School to Independent Researcher
Joint session ESO YSPR committee, WSO Early Stroke Professionals and Stroke Society of Australasia (SSA)
Friday 15 May, 202008:30-10:00
Teaching Course 11Palliative Care, End of Life Care, Advanced Care Planning And Shared Decision Making in Patients with StrokeFriday 15 May, 202008:30-10:00
Teaching Course 12Case-Based NeuroimagingFriday 15 May, 202010:45-12:15
Teaching Course 13Practical Considerations for Posterior Ischemic Stroke ManagementFriday 15 May, 202010:45-12:15


Workshop 01Simulation Workshop on Decision Making Processes in Acute Stroke ManagementThursday 14 May, 202008:00-10:00
This Simulation workshop is organised by the the Simulation Education Committee that has been established at the beginning of 2017 to develop simulation education in stroke and to make simulation training accessible for stroke physicians and nurses. Members of the Simulation Education Committee have experience with several scenarios aimed at improving decision-making and organizational aspects related to thrombolysis and to the overall management acute stroke patients.

Aim of the course:

  • Improving decision-making process in selecting stroke patients for IVT and EVT;
  • Improving the interdisciplinary communication (neurologist, nurse and neuroradiologist) on the main issues for patient selection.

Target audience: neurologist and interventional neuroradiologist