Stroke 2020

Stroke 2020

10 November - 16 November 2020

Online

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  • Now in it’s ninth year, we are delighted to announce that the Stroke 2020 Conference will be delivered digitally.

    The programme will be delivered over three evening webinars, with each session focusing on a different theme.  All three evenings will feature topical and up to date presentations as well as interactive Q & A panel sessions.

    This year’s event will look at guidance on thrombectomy service provision; a review of intracerebral haemorrhage management, including the role of care bundles; reviews of best practice in visuospatial rehabilitation and cognitive assessment and rehabilitation; advice about the importance of holistic care versus guideline specific care after a stroke, and the burden multimorbidity places on patients; feedback about how the Covid 19 pandemic affected UK stroke services and the role of Covid infection in stroke disease ; and a review of recent important research publications in stroke.

    The three webinars will take place from 16.15 – 18.00 on the following dates:

    10 November 2020  -  What’s new in acute stroke care

    12 November 2020  -  Assessing and treating visuo-spatial and cognitive impairments after stroke

    16 November 2020  -  Stroke care and stroke research in the pandemic

    For ease and convenience the programme can be accessed live or on-demand for up to two weeks after the event, and will offer 5 external CPD credits.

    The programme will be of interest to healthcare professionals working in the field of stroke and related specialties including consultants, trainees, clinical nurse specialists and GPs.

    Join us for Stroke 2020 to hear from speakers including: Professor Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Professor Craig Smith, Professor Audrey Bowen, Professor Frances Mair, Dr Terry Quinn and Dr Adrian Parry - Jones

    Poster Competition

    We are pleased to confirm that we will once again hold a poster competition during our digital Stroke Conference.

    The poster topic can be clinical, scientific or service related (e.g. quality improvement projects or reviews of service developments) and abstracts should be sent to: hanne.wylie@rcpsg.ac.uk

    The top three submissions will be asked to present their poster live during one of the Stroke 2020 webinars.

    Guidelines on abstract submissions can be found by clicking on the downloads tab.

    PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS TUESDAY 6 OCTOBER 2020.

    Successful authors who are asked to present at one of the webinars will be required to register for the Conference.

    Suitable for:

    • Medical Foundation Trainees
    • Core Medical Trainees/ Internal Medicine Trainees
    • Medical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Physicians
    • Medical Consultants
    • Other Physicians
  • 10 November
    16:15-18:00

    What’s new in acute stroke care

    12 November
    16:15-18:00

    Assessing and treating visuo-spatial and cognitive impairments after stroke

    16 November
    16:15-18:00

    Stroke care and stroke research in the pandemic
  • Category Product Amount
    Non-Member (AHP) Registrations £79
    Non-Member (Consultant) Registrations £99
    RCPSG Member Registrations £63
    Non-Member (Trainee) Registrations £71
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Closing date: 10 November 2020



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