Events

  • UK Stroke Research Workshop

    11.09.17 — 12.09.17

    The first UK Stroke Research Workshop, organised under the auspices of the NIHR CRN Stroke Specialty and supported by the British Association of Stroke Physicians and the British Heart Foundation, is now open for registration. The course will have sessions on recovery after stroke, intracerebral haemorrhage, personalised medicine in stroke, and cognitive and behavioural problems following stroke, as well as some how to do sessions on setting up and carrying out stroke research projects. There will also be a keynote lectures by distinguished stroke researchers, including John Bamford and Peter Rothwell.

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  • Life After Stroke

    14.09.17

    Scottish Stroke Nurses Forum Annual Conference, Dewars Centre, Perth. Register here https://chssi.org.uk/ssnf17reg

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  • Older People Services:clinicians leading together

    20.09.17

    A joint RCN and British Geriatrics Society conference. Held at RCN Headquarters, London.

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  • STROKE IMAGING MINI-SYMPOSIUM - Bristol

    21.09.17

    We are delighted to invite researchers and healthcare professionals with interest in acute stroke to attend the mini-symposium. The mini-symposium is organised by imaging and stroke scientists from the University of Bristol.

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  • Walking with hemiplegia, talking with dysphasia - Exeter

    28.09.17

    Exteter Stroke Update Course. Update your knowledge, share your experiences and expertise in this stimulating educational event which brings together a line-up of exceptional international, national and regional speakers who are all experts in this field. This event is aimed at all clinicians involved in stroke care, including consultants, SAS doctors, trainee doctors, GPs, nurses and therapists.

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  • UK Stroke Forum Conference, Liverpool

    28.11.17 — 30.11.17

    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.

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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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