2017 Comprehensive Stroke Symposium: Continuum of Care: Acute Management to Rehabilitation

Start Date : May 19, 2017
End Date : May 20, 2017
Time : 7:00 am to1:00 pm

Phone : 202-780-1619
Email : Lauren.a.mazanec@medstar.net

Location :
1143 New Hampshire Ave, NW Washington, DC 20037 202-775-0800

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Description

In 2013, stroke fell from the fourth to the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Decline in stroke mortality has been attributed to overall population health improvements in acute stroke treatment, prevention, and education. However, about 795,000 people have new or recurrent stroke annually and stroke remains a leading cause of disability.

This one and a half day symposium will equip health care providers with practical, evidence-based knowledge for early stroke identification, evaluation, treatment, transport, and management. Through lectures, interactive sessions, and open discussions, this conference will explore the critical issues surrounding the assessment and management of stroke patients. Additionally the course will review recent AHA/ASA acute ischemic stroke guidelines, cutting-edge interventions, treatment recommendations, and research.

Registration Info

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Registration:

Physician: $295
Resident/Fellow: $150
Advanced Practice Clinician: $150
Nurse: $150
Allied Health Professional: $150

All registrations will be confirmed by email only. Please use an email address that you check regularly. If you have questions regarding registration or do not receive an email confirmation of your registration within 1-2 business days, please contact us at medstarcme@gmail.com or (202) 780-1655.

Contact the Organizer

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Organized by Laurmaza

MedStar Health ,
3007 Tilden Street NW, Washington, DC

Tel: 202-780-1619
Email: lauren.a.mazanec@medstarhealth.org
Website: https://medstar.cloud-cme.com/aph.aspx?P=5&EID=693


Event Categories: Cardiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, and Neurology.

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