National Stroke Network

The National Stroke Network was formed in April 2011 (originally the Stroke Clinical Network Leadership Group) as an initiative between the Stroke Foundation of NZ and the Ministry of Health. The aim was to facilitate implementation of the 2010 New Zealand Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management by harnessing the skills and expertise of stroke professionals and coordinating their efforts to drive improvements in stroke service delivery.

Members of the National Stroke Network and its working groups are comprised of multi-disciplinary health professionals, health service managers and consumers with expertise in stroke who are representative of large, medium and small District Health Boards and health organisations across New Zealand.

 

 

 
 
 
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