Events

  • Centralising Stroke Services Conference

    30.04.18

    A conference that showcases learning Greater Manchester. It will include impact on patient flow, ambulance and community services, stroke unit transformation, commissioning and finance.

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  • Annual Thrombectomy Symposium - Free event

    14.05.18

    The Annual Thrombectomy Symposium is a partnership between the Stroke department at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Stryker. Our event aims to highlight the national perspective and current challenges on delivering a thrombectomy service, bringing together current thrombectomy models and and future directions in this treatment. This event is aimed at healthcare professionals that work in stroke and intervention neuroradiology.

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  • European Stroke Organisation Conference - Gothenburg, Sweden

    16.05.18 — 18.05.18

    The 4th European Stroke Organisation Conference ​(ESOC 2018) will facilitate learning, discussion, and exchange among European and international stroke specialists. Guided by the motto “The Voice of Stroke in Europe,” at the Conference you will learn about the latest clinical trials and developments in all areas of stroke management, treatment and prevention. There will be a nurse specific training day, with discounted rates for nurses. More information can be found on the website.

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  • UK Stroke Forum Northern Ireland Stroke Conference

    12.06.18

    At the conference you'll join key players in the debate to shape the Northern Ireland stroke agenda. You'll gain an MDT perspective, network with colleagues from across the whole care pathway, learn new ideas to improve your practice, hear stroke survivors' perspectives and discover the latest industry developments and innovations in the exhibition.

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  • North West Stroke Conference

    25.06.18

    North West Stroke Conference. A one day conference for stroke practitioners and researchers.

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  • Joining Forces Annual Stroke Network Meeting

    28.06.18

    A South West regional conference with an excellent programme of talks and debates.

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  • UK Network & Sharing Event for oversees stroke projects in Low to Middle Income Countries

    30.06.18

    The Wessex -Ghana Stroke Partnership is hosting a networking and sharing event specifically aimed at UK partners involved in oversees stroke related projects. This networking event is part of our current THET Health Partnership Scheme Grant. We are increasingly aware of a number of projects that are focussing on stroke care, and are sure that there is a lot we could learn (and possibly take forward) together. So - we're trying to find contacts for stroke related projects. If you are involved with a project with a LMIC, or you know of any partnerships, please get in touch. Louise.johnson@rbch.nhs.uk

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  • Welsh Stroke Conference, Cardiff

    03.07.18 — 04.07.18

    The Welsh Stroke Conference is one of the biggest multidisciplinary events in Wales and is a significant fixture in the educational calendar for Stroke in the UK. It is organised on behalf of the Welsh Association of Stroke Physicians and the Welsh Stroke Alliance and is now in its 17th year. It has been hugely successful going from strength to strength each year and attracting a high number of medical and multidisciplinary delegates from Wales, home nations and international.

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  • World Stroke Congress

    17.10.18 — 20.10.18

    This conference occurs every two years and attracts experts in stroke from around the world. This is an ideal opportunity to network with international experts, review the latest developments in stroke management and care. The next conference will be in Montreal Canada.

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  • 13th UK Stroke Forum Conference, Telford

    04.12.18 — 06.12.18

    UK stroke forum is a coalition of over 30 organisations committed to improving stroke care in the UK. The Forum is an opportunity for all professionals and researchers working in stroke to come together to share ideas, learn from one another with an aim to improve standards of care for stroke survivors. This conference a truly multidisciplinary conference with a wide range of topics across the stroke pathway. Interested in submitting a poster or presentation for the next conference? The NSNF team can help support you through the process. Email contact@nsnf.org.uk or one of the committee members directly, and we would be delighted to help.

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