The annual European Stroke Organisation Conference, 4-6 May 2022, Lyon, France will offer the best in stroke science and practice.
The programme includes results of large clinical trials, new science and knowledge emerging from the laboratory as well as optimal ways to implement best practice in stroke. The Conference is the place for science, exchange, education and collaboration.
If you cannot make Lyon, the Conference will be in a hybrid digital format which will enable all registrants to follow the sessions via live-stream and to watch them again, on demand, for up to three months after.
The Brain Innovation Days will be held on 11 – 12 October 2022 in Brussels, Belgium.
The event will centre around Connecting Brains: bringing together the current and future generations of brain research and innovation.
Key players and experts in the brain space across Europe will be able to connect through a networking-friendly programme and innovation showcasing.
Join us at the 8th European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) taking place in Lyon, France from 4-6 May 2022.
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The European Federation of Neurological Associations has launched a survey, Assessing diagnosis and care pathways of people living with neurological disorders in Europe.
The survey aims to identify the challenges faced by all affected by neurological conditions, including stroke.
The survey is open to anyone 18+, living with a neurological disorder, or their carers.
It is available in eight languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish and Romanian).
Data generated through this survey can be used to address the unmet needs and challenges faced by all affected by neurological conditions, including stroke.
Deadline for completing the survey is 19 April 2022.
The European Stroke Organisation have organised a Guideline Webinar on stroke in women.
It will take place on Tuesday, 29 March, 16:00 – 17:30 CET.
Register for your free place.