We are pleased to announce that our second in-person European Life After Stroke event website is now live, click here to view. Our registration and abstract submissions are also live.
Our Scientific Committee are in the process of confirming the final programme. Topics that we are likely to include are detailed below, but may be subject to change:
- What does a ‘good’ life after stroke look like?
- Reducing your risk of another stroke
- Practical tips to promote mental health
- Specific topics; managing fatigue and visual problems after stroke
We hope to see you in Dublin on the 11-12 March 2024!
Benefit from early bird rates for our European Life After Stroke Forum by booking you place today!
We have a great line up of speakers including stroke survivors who will be sharing research, evidence and information on post stroke treatment, care and services.
Why should you join us? Watch this video to find out https://youtu.be/bahOR4zFruk
Book now at http://bit.ly/3UDIuli
Programme details at http://bit.ly/3GeAgvr
Stroke survivor Scott Ballard-Ridley will be starting the morning session at our Life After Stroke event on 11 March 2022, 10.00 – 11.30 CET.
He will be joined by Professor Fiona Jones (England), Dr Lisa Kidd (Scotland), Professor Hanne Palleson and Mette Brandi (Denmark). They will be sharing their research and insights on self-management.
You will understand how genuine and authentic relationships help people living with stroke to become confident self-managers and the building blocks for how practitioners can develop good relationships with people with stroke. Dr Lisa Kidd
Listen to Lisa Kidd talk about the session youtu.be/eXOBGU05j3M
View the full programme and register for a FREE place.
We are currently seeking accreditation for this event from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.
Our Life after stroke webinar – Caring for the caregiver – is tomorrow (29 September)!
We are hoping you will join us tomorrow along with Jana Dobrkovská from stroke support organisation Cerebrum in the Czech Republic, Professor Carlo Semenza (Italy) and Dr Carla Pereira (Portugal) to discuss the importance of looking after those who are the caregivers of stroke survivors.
You can find out more about the programme at here
Book your free place at here