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.
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 01||Practical Experiences of Developing Stroke Services in Various Settings||Wednesday 13 May, 2020||08:30-10:00|
|Teaching Course 02||Intravenous Thrombolysis in Everyday Clinical Practice||Wednesday 13 May, 2020||08:30-10:00|
|Teaching Course 03||Challenges in Stroke Diagnosis: Stroke Mimics and Chameleons||Wednesday 13 May, 2020||14:30-16:00|
|Teaching Course 04||Preventing Complications?||Wednesday 13 May, 2020||14:30-16:00|
|Teaching Course 05||From ER to Discharge: The Use of Ultrasound in Stroke||Thursday 14 May, 2020||08:30-10:00|
|Teaching Course 06||Pregnancy and Stroke||Thursday 14 May, 2020||14:30-16:00|
|Teaching Course 07||Mechanical Thrombectomy for Large Vessel Occlusion in Everyday Clinical Practice||Thursday 14 May, 2020||14:30-16:00|
|Teaching Course 08||Seizures and Epilepsy in Stroke Patients||Thursday 14 May, 2020||16:45-18:15|
|Teaching Course 09||Hidden Deficits After Stroke: Including Intimacy and Sexuality After Stroke||Thursday 14 May, 2020||16:45-18:15|
|Teaching Course 10||Navigating 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, 2020||08:30-10:00|
|Teaching Course 11||Palliative Care, End of Life Care, Advanced Care Planning And Shared Decision Making in Patients with Stroke||Friday 15 May, 2020||08:30-10:00|
|Teaching Course 12||Case-Based Neuroimaging||Friday 15 May, 2020||10:45-12:15|
|Teaching Course 13||Practical Considerations for Posterior Ischemic Stroke Management||Friday 15 May, 2020||10:45-12:15|
|Workshop 01||Simulation Workshop on Decision Making Processes in Acute Stroke Management||Thursday 14 May, 2020||08:00-10:00|
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