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Events

Ministry of Health Indicators for Stroke in NZ presented by Dr Alan Davis

View the power point presentation here

Watch the recorded webinar here

Practical tips for improving communication with people with Aphasia

14 June 2022 4-5pm

See flyer here

European Stroke Organisation hybrid Conference ESOC 2022

 4 – 6 May 2022. Check out the website here.  Register here

Social Determinants of Health- a systems thinking approach webinar

25th June 12.30pm-1.30pm

Read more here

ICSRC 2022: 16. International Conference on Stroke Rehabilitation and Cardiology

June 16-17, 2022 Digital from  Toronto, Canada. Find out more here

The 16th SMART STROKES Conference 

 18-19 August 2022, Sydney, theme of 'Change, challenges and opportunities in stroke care'. Go to the website here

Stroke Society of Australasia Conference  31 August- 2 September 2022, Christchurch. Find out more here

rehab_nurses 

The  31st ARNA National Conference  will be held in-person on 20-21 October 2022 in Adelaide, South Australia.

Theme: Rehab Nurses: Stronger Together. Go to the website here

14th Stroke Congress 26-29 October 2022, Singapore. Find out more here
National Rural and Remote Allied Health Conference online 15-16 November 2022.

People, Purpose, Passion: Pathways to Success. Click here for more information

 Telehealth resources for use by stroke care and rehabilitation professionals. More resources can be accessed on the Australian Inform Me website.

National Stroke Network Quality Study Days

Save the dates: 24 and 25 November 2022 in Wellington.  

World Stroke Organization upcoming webinars here
South Island Stroke Webinar: Gait Re-education.

View the recorded webinar here and use the passcode 96=Cghb@

Goodfellow Unit: Atrial Fibrillation- reducing the risk

5 April 2022, 7.30-8.45 pm. See further details here

Professional Development 

Postgraduate Diploma in Stroke Care (Online) PGDipStrokeCare

Specialise in the care for people with stroke, from pre-hospitalisation care through to rehabilitation, return to the community and research. This interprofessional qualification is designed for healthcare professionals to advance their knowledge and skills in specialised stroke care. This qualification is offered by the University of Auckland. Find out more here

American Heart Association Stroke Educational Series: Understanding Stroke and the Care Continuum

Find out more here

La Trobe University Aphasia resources

Link here

What does the ASK study tell us about preventing depression in aphasia?

Webinar by Professor Emerita Linda Worrall, recorded February 2022. Listen to presentation  here

 

 
 
 
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